Juventus and Inter compete on video games with the two special versions produced for eFootball PES 2020. Here's which edition is selling more
Inter or Juventus? The challenge between the two historic Italian teams moves from the soccer fields to materialize within the latest edition of PES 2020. According to a source inside GameStop, the famous chain dedicated to the world of video games, the version dedicated to the Old Lady of Pro Evolution Soccer 2020, or PES 2020 Juventus Edition has totaled sales higher than 130% compared to the same title, however, dedicated to the team meneghina, PES 2020 Inter Edition.
There is nothing to say, a great result for the exclusive partnership signed between eFootball PES 2020 and Juventus can raise in style the sales of football simulator Konami. The fans of the Juventus team will have to make do with Piemonte Calcio (the fictitious name given to Juventus), although the names of the players will remain the real ones.
PES 2020: finally available
PES 2020 has already been released and is officially available from September 10 with the new name eFootball PES 2020 for PS4, Xbox One and PC. The title can be purchased in online and physical stores, in digital or classic versions. In addition to the normal editions, special versions dedicated to Juventus and Inter take 70.98 euros. In the Microsoft store the title for the PC in digital version costs 59.99 euros in the standard version and 79.99 euros for the Legend Edition. Same price "treatment" for the digital version for PS4 on the PlayStation Store. The Legend Edition, for now, can only be purchased in the digital version and includes: a PES Legend Player, Ronaldinho 2019, Lionel Messi on loan for 10 games, Premium Agent (3 players) for 30 weeks and, finally, 3 player contract renewals for 30 weeks.
PES 2020, what's new
This year eFootball PES 2020 is all about the Master League and the career mode that has made the success of the famous Konami video game and where special techniques and skills are required to motivate players and push their team to win the world title. The Japanese company has focused more on the construction of plots and game strategies as it happens in real soccer. In addition, the Japanese company has worked on the physics of the ball and artificial intelligence to make the movements of the defense and players without the ball more realistic by introducing the so-called "Finesse Dribbling".