Konami on Thursday released a trailer focusing on the gameplay in eFootball. A successor to PES 2021, the new title promises profound changes to the gameplay. The video gives an explanation of some of the changes, for example, made in ball control. Some of the professional players, such as the Spaniard Pique from Barcelona, and the young Japanese Kubo from Mallorca.
eFootball releases a new trailer with game details; research
Players in the Old Trafford tunnel in electronic football – Photo: Propaganda
“In the video released this morning, Konami first presented the ideas it had to develop the franchise. Compared to the old PES game, eFootball will have new ball control, dribbling, and different ways to steal the ball and create opportunities. In addition to an overhaul of combat combat on the Ball, focus on individual duels with help from Piqué and Iniesta and improve tactics and control changes.
Without going into details, the developer said that one of the improvements should not come with the release of eFootball (no date has been set yet). The new feature is called “Sharp Kicks”, and will come into effect in the “near future”.
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Rashford prepares to present eFootball – Image: Publicity
Barcelona kicks out the ball in eFootball – Photo: Advertising
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