dglobalnews.com Pro Evolution Soccer 2018 announced
Published: Thu, May 18, 2017
Tech | By Arthur Brown

Pro Evolution Soccer 2018 announced

Pro Evolution Soccer 2018 announced

Away from the game's visuals, PES 2018 will feature full 11v11 online options as well as 2v2 and 3v3 modes with support for local play.

In terms of the new additions, Konami say that PES 2018 will include more new additions than any other PES games in the past decade with nearly every aspect of the game being improved.

The production has also confirmed its release on PS3 and Xbox 360 in addition to the obvious debut on PC, PS4 and Xbox One.

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. Never hands. That's rugby football and American football, not football.

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New motion-capture system providing even more realistic animations. Sounds good to me. What are your thoughts on the new features?

The "Pro Evolution Soccer 2017" had the most realistic gameplay of the two major soccer simulations. Finally, player models have been completely changed, with special attention paid to kit fitting and short size.

Instead of going with the usual low profile presentation, Konami is going to make PES 2018 more family friendly with a cinematic presentation than younger kids will love. Play together with friends, take your team to the top or simply have some fun via one-off casual matches. The game will also see Konami continuing its partnership with FC Barcelona. The team-managing experience Master League gets new immersive scenes like pre-match interviews and locker room moments.

An entirely new online co-op mode should appease long-standing fans who still hark back to late night PS2 matches during the dying embers of house parties, but no longer have the time and/or sofa space: both 2-on-2 and 3-on-3 contests can now be enjoyed over the nets.

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