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The Mexican soccer league will arrive at Konami’s eFootball 2022 | Digital Trends Spanish

Konami announced an agreement with Liga BBVA MX to incorporate the 18 teams from the Mexican tournament into the video game eFootball. Although Konami did not specify if the Mexican league will join eFootball 2022Everything indicates that the tournament and clubs like América and Cruz Azul will come to the video game through an update.

The announcement was taken with gibberish by fans of eFootball 2022, series formerly known as Pro Evolution Soccer Or simply ESP. Instead, fans of the series FIFA of Electronic Arts showed disappointment because the Mexican league will disappear from FIFA 23.

New Agreement! @Konami 🤝 @LigaBBVAMX

We are very happy to make our partnership with LIGA BBVA MX official! The exclusive agreement will bring the league and its teams to #eFootball and will allow fans to play with their League idols 🇲🇽✨

— eFootball™️ Latam (@Juega_eFootball) February 4, 2022

The incorporation of Liga BBVA MX to Konami’s video game ends the agreement with Electronic Arts, which added the first division tournament of Mexican soccer since 200, 18 years ago.

“The agreement will allow Konami to have access to Liga BBVA MX players and stadiums to take images, including 3D scans and motion captures, as well as faithful recreations of the official uniforms of each club. The implementation process will start from the summer of 2022,” Konami said in a statement.

Konami released eFootball 2022 on September 30, 2021 for PlayStation, Xbox and PC consoles. The game was heavily criticized at launch due to poor gameplay and buggy graphics. However, Konami updated and improved it. However, on social networks, many fans continue to criticize the company for the state of the game and ask it to update the templates (the title teams).

Despite the criticism, Konami remains firm in continuing to update eFootball, a game that he described as a platform that will evolve over time and that aims to mix gamers from consoles, PC and mobile devices.

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