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Pro Evolution Soccer 2018

Platform(s): PC, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One
Genre: Sports
Publisher: Konami
Release Date: Sept. 14, 2017

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'Pro Evolution Soccer 2018' (ALL) Demo Coming Next Week - Trailer

by Rainier on Aug. 22, 2017 @ 7:07 p.m. PDT

Featuring the biggest advances in the series for over a decade, PES 2018's gameplay quality has been finely tuned and refined to recreate the authenticity of the game, including a more realistic game speed.

The high quality gameplay PES is known for has been finely tuned, with the addition of contextual shielding to protect the ball and Real Touch+ adding a new dimension to ball control.

Complimenting the fluid gameplay, set pieces have been reworked, including a new free-kick and penalty system. There’s also the option to start a match with the new one player kick-off.

Additionally, the game has been refined to reflect a more realistic pace.

The Demo version of Pro Evolution Soccer 2018 will be available for download from August 30th, 2017.

The Demo will include the new multiplayer mode Online CO-OP, and fans will also be able to enjoy the Exhibition Match for free.

【Included Clubs】

  • Borussia Dortmund
  • Liverpool FC
  • CR Flamengo
  • Club Atlético River Plate
  • Argentina

【Included Stadium】

  • Camp Nou
  • Signal Iduna Park
  • CO-OP(Offline) *PS4, Xbox One and PC only

Random Selection Match and Online Co-Op offer up two new modes where you can experience PES 2018’s stunning gameplay. The former sees the return of a classic fan favourite, with the latter’s inclusion bringing with it the ability to play 2v2 and 3v3 (supporting local guest play).

Elsewhere, PES League integration and the addictive Master League mode has been improved, featuring pre-season tournaments, an improved transfer system and pre-match interviews and locker room scenes!

A new user interface and greatly improved visuals bring all above the above together, recreating the authenticity of football, all the way down to the little details. Thanks to Real Capture, PES 2018 will include true-to-life stadium lighting, pitch turfs and player tunnels that were recreated from more than 20,000 intricate elements of genuine data that was collected at the Camp Nou and Signal Iduna Park.

Players have also been motion captured in equally realistic environments, allowing for a complete rework of the animation system, starting with core movement such as walking, turning and body posture. Finally, player models have been completely changed, with special attention paid to kit fitting and short size.

That’s PES 2018, where legends are made.

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