It is the end of an era for lovers of soccer video games. Konami has decided to overturn its mythical ‘PES’ or ‘Pro Evolution Soccer’, whose first video game was released 20 years ago, in 2001. Two decades later, the Japanese company changes the name to ‘eFootball’ and has announced that it will be 100% digital and free.
“For the first time, it is joining the global community of soccer players, so ‘eFootball’ will offer the same highly realistic esports experience on all platforms: console, PC and mobile, including full cross-play support after the launch “, reads the statement issued by Konami this Wednesday.
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Being a digital video game, scheduled for release in the fall, Konami will release regular updates and add paid game modes. The great image will continue to be Leo Messi, as it has been in four of the last five editions.
Thus, the great competitor of FIFA changes the annual delivery method for a model similar to that of many other successful video games such as the famous ‘Fortnite’. Will the play be successful?
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