A video posted on IGN's YouTube account shows the first gameplay clips of PES2018. Improved gameplay and more real movements than last year
The award for best football video game of the year for a couple of editions is won quite easily by Fifa. The football simulation developed by Electronic Arts has reached such a level of perfection that it is really very difficult to undermine its dominance. But after some complicated years, PES is back to being competitive.
The video game distributed by Konami for all the early 2000s was the most loved soccer game by fans, but with the arrival of next-gen consoles was not able to improve and Fifa had easy game. But with PES 2018 things could change. Last year, the video game had already shown remarkable improvements, but with this year's edition, the coveted soprasso could, perhaps, take place and become the best soccer video game available on the market. Konami has also released a 15-minute gameplay video of PES 2018, showing off all the work done over the past year.
How to play PES 2018
The gameplay video of Pro Evolution Soccer 2018 has been posted on the YouTube account of IGN, one of the reference portals for video game fans. The clip lasts a good 15 minutes and shows a full game played between Liverpool and Atletico Madrid. The images are in 4K resolution at 60 frames per second. For non-experts in the field might be empty words, but it highlights the great work done by Konami in terms of graphics. The 15 minutes of the video also shows the progress made under the point of view of the game. The movements of the players are coordinated with those of the other team members and the artificial intelligence also seems to have made great strides.
PES 2018 Release Date
PES 2018 will be available on shelves from September 14 and will be released for PS3, Play Station 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One and computers. For the first time, the computer edition will be identical to the one for next-gen consoles.
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