Konami has confirmed that this year’s release of Pro Evolution Soccer is coming to Xbox One during autumn and winter 2014.

Using Kojima Productions’ Fox engine, this will be the first time we’ve seen a PES title launch on Xbox One, after last year’s version didn’t quite make the cut over to next-gen at the time.

In terms of what this new generation of consoles spells for PES; the main change is graphical power, as players (over 1000), crowds and stadiums are improved, as well as new lighting effects.

It also has an interesting setting which allows you to tailor your pitch to your playing style, so if you play a fast passing game you can ask your groundsman to cut the grass short to speed up your play.

‘MyClub’ is also an overhaul of Master League Online, allowing players and managers to be added using your accumulated GP or through using real money. This also extends to offline play. Think of it as a direct way to buy the players you want, rather than like FIFA’s Ultimate Team where you gamble on packs for random players.

PES 2015 will update its rosters on a weekly basis, adjusting stats of players and team line-ups as they occur in the real world. All this will be available to both offline and online play.


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