eFootball PES 2022: Konami changes the name of PES 2022 to eFootball and it will be a free game, a trailer was revealed with Lionel Messi: eFootball PES 2022 – Pro Evolution Soccer (PES) has been officially renamed to eFootball by Konami. Previously, Konami used to call the game PES in the west and Winning Eleven in Japan, but that name has been dropped and eFootball will be used globally. It will be a free to play game and will be coming to Xbox Series X / S, Xbox Series One, PS5, PS4 and PC. Konami has also confirmed the Android and iOS versions of the game. Notably, Lionel Messi is the brand ambassador for eFootball PES 2022 and It was also recently announced that Neymar will also be the ambassador for PES 2021.
eFootball PES 2022 – Pro Evolution Soccer (PES): Watch the eFootball presentation trailer here:
Konami confirmed that eFootball will arrive this fall with many advancements in the game and also in graphic animations. They have released the revealed trailer for eFootball, which features star players such as Lionel Messi, Andreas Iniesta Y Gerard0 Hammered.
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Konami has used the state of the art Xsens adapts to collecting motion capture data and focuses on improving one-on-one duels and realistic player movements. Konami has created a custom Unreal Engine 4 to revamp the game’s animations and controls.
Presenting #eFootball™, a completely new soccer simulation platform from the makers of PES.
Revamped graphics, animations, and gameplay signal a new era in virtual football. Free-to-play this fall.
▼ Reveal the trailerhttps://t.co/hOTjXlfrcO
– eFootball (@play_eFootball) July 21, 2021
eFootball PES 2022: Konami aims to take Football eSports to the next level and achieve a much broader player base. eFootball will be available to play on multiple devices and the game is free. eFootball will also feature cross-platform play so that players can enjoy the game with any device of their choice. This feature will be available shortly after the launch of eFootball. Konami has also revealed tons of new modes, features, and events that will be released from time to time.
Konami formed a roadmap in which, in early fall, they will launch the game with 9 big-name clubs to start. In late fall, eFootball will feature online leagues and will also feature the multi platform characteristic. In the winter, Konami plans to host an eSports tournament and will also feature cross-platform matches and mobile controller support for Android and iOS players.
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