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Konami’s new eFootball already has a release date | Digital Trends Spanish

Konami has set a release date to eFootball, his soccer game this year that is no longer called PES and that will be released on September 30.

The game will be available on PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X and Series S, in addition to PC. And as already known, it will be a very limited version that will feature just a few teams and game modes: Bayern Munich, Juventus, Barcelona, ​​Manchester United, Arsenal, Corinthians, Sao Paulo, Flamengo and River Plate.

Meanwhile, the stadiums available will be Old Trafford, Camp Nou, Emirates Stadium, Allianz Stadium, Allianz Arena and the so-called eFootball Stadium, which will surely be a generic one.

What Konami will do with this first version of eFootball it is basically launching the demo in the first instance and then adding the rest of the content along the way.

The big change for this year’s game – aside from the name – is that eFootball will be free to play. The most basic version can be downloaded free of charge, while some options and extra modes will be paid; among them, the classic called Master League.

However, Konami will release the game not only with little content, but also without some new features related to mechanics or systems. In the PS5 version there will be no support for haptic sensors, while some new attack moves will not be present in all editions.

A small sample of future updates include:
– Edit Mode
– PlayStation®5 haptic feedback and adaptive trigger support
– Advanced ball trapping
– Power Pass, Power Shot and other special kicks
– Mobile controller support
– Full cross-platform matchmaking (PC, console and mobile)

& mdash; eFootball (@play_eFootball) September 2, 2021

Konami has ensured that the new content will be added to the game based on updates and the first of them will arrive during the last months of the year, along with the version of eFootball for Android and iOS. This update would have to update the number of teams and players that will be present at the initial launch and that will be very limited.

One day after eFootball will be released FIFA 22 and this year the comparisons are going to be very hateful.

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