Pro Evolution Soccer (PES) will be released in September 2019 with many changes and is expected to be more attractive.
Konami – the publisher of PES – announced this game will officially return on 10/10. In Asian countries, PES 2020 will be released 2 days later. PES 2020 will be played on Play Station 4, Xbox One and Windows PC platforms. This is also the 19th version of the much loved football game.
PES will have many interesting improvements and changes, first in its name. Its new name is eFootball PES 2020. In the game, the effects of passing, blocking the first step, finishing techniques, dribbling will be more detailed. In defense, the movements of tackling, accompanying people, even making mistakes will be more diverse than before.
Coach Diego Maradona at the press conference room in PES.
Master League mode will appear the legend of world football like Diego Maradona or Johan Cruyff. Their role will be the coach. Konami promises this will help make those transfers happen almost in real life. Players can also create their own characters with the appearance to use, interact directly in Master League mode.
Another noteworthy thing is the return of Lionel Messi as the image representative for eFootball PES 2020. The Argentinian star appeared on the cover of PES 2009, 2010, 2011.
After that, he moved to EA Sports and became a representative of FIFA game for 4 consecutive years, from 2013 to 2016. Now, he is back with Konami and PES.
The one who appeared with Messi on the cover of the PES 2020 eFootball was Ronaldinho, a Barcelona legend. Konami has also confirmed that the Catalan giant is its partner club.
In the trailer for eFootball PES 2020, the Nou Camp stadium appears in the first scenes. Later figures such as Lionel Messi, Andreas Iniesta, Diego Maradona, Johan Cruyff and Ronaldinho all had time with Barcelona.
Those who love football games will experience the new PES in September. In addition to Konami with eFootball 2020, EA Sports will also release FIFA 20 on September 27.
The highlight of FIFA is the appearance of street football under the name Volta Football. Players will compete in 3vs3, 3vs3 Rush (without goalkeepers), 4vs4, 4vs4 Rush, 5vs5 and professional futsal.