Pro Evolution Soccer says goodbye: Now it will be called ‘eFootball’

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The history of Pro Evolution Soccer it has come to an end; which was one of the flagship franchises of Konami said goodbye to make way for ‘eFootball‘, the new bet of the Japanese developer for the market of soccer video games.

“It all started with the determination to conceive a revolutionary football experience. Our ambition was recreate a perfect soccer atmosphere, from the grass of the field to the fans in the stands, through the movements of the players “, he points out Konami in his web page.

With emblem players like Lionel Messi, Andres Iniesta, Gerard Piqué Y Neymar Jr. as ambassadors, ‘eFootball‘promises a new multiplatform experience, plus it will be free.

“To this end, we decided to create a new soccer engine, renewing the animation system and the game controls … We have transferred the PES border, introducing us to a new world of virtual soccer “.

The game, due out sometime next fall, will have free versions for PlayStation 5 Y Xbox Series X, with versions compatible with PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Steam, iOS and Android.



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