PES News: Rumors that turned true

 

Rumors recently surfaced that Konami’s saga of soccer games, Pro Evolution Soccer (PES) would become a free-to-play title. It seems that the rumors were true, at least partially. Is it time for EA and FIFA to start worrying?

Rumors recently surfaced that Konami’s saga of soccer games, Pro Evolution Soccer (PES) would become a free-to-play title. It seems that the rumors were true, at least partially. Is it time for EA and FIFA to start worrying?

Konami announced its new free to play online game called eFootball. You may be wondering: What does it have to do with PES? As it turns out, the company has decided to replace its popular soccer franchise with this new proposal, which seems focused on sharing the joy of this sport with as many people as possible.

A free substitute for PES

That’s right, PES will cease to exist to make way for eFootball. On the official page of this new game, it is explained why it was decided to make this change: ‘It all started with the determination to conceive a revolutionary football experience. Our ambition was to recreate a perfect football atmosphere (…) To this end, we decided to create a new football engine, revamping the animation system and game controls. ‘

In addition, they mention that the end result was much more than what they expected to achieve with PES, by introducing him to a new world of virtual football. So they decided to start a new era where they will leave the Pro Evolution Soccer brand behind, to offer a new free online experience.

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