PES renamed eFootball, confirmed as Free-to-Play

PES renamed eFootball, confirmed as Free-to-Play

As part of a press release, series producer Seitaro Kimura said: “With the added power of new-generation consoles and by working closely with elite footballers, eFootball delivers our most tense and realistic gameplay to date. We’ll share specific gameplay details next month, so stay tuned.” Peter Drury and Jim Beglin will both return as English commentators, and the Option Files feature will also be making a comeback — although that will be after launch. As for how Konami will approach future updates, users will no longer have to buy yearly releases. Free updates will instead be deployed to coincide with the new seasons.

The move represents a major shift in how sports games are developed, with Konami embracing the model hardcore fans have suggested across message boards for years. It will still face stiff competition from EA’s FIFA series, though. FIFA 22 is talking a big game this year with HyperMotion gameplay and the ability to create your own club in career mode. More eFootball details will be shared in August, but what do you make of this initial pitch? Excited by the free-to-play prospect? Let us know in the comments below.

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