After FIFA, it’s Konami’s turn to notify eFootball The next generation of free football simulation. The name ,PESIt looks like it was thrown into the sea.
eFootball It was developed based on Unreal Engine 5 and will be released in the fall for PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4 and Xbox Series X | S, Xbox One, and PC. Konami comments on this:
“Building on the strong foundation of the Unreal Engine, which has allowed us to dramatically reshape the way we see our players, we have made a number of tweaks to create a new football game engine that will power eFootball for years to come,” says Seitaro Kimura, eFootball Series Producer at Konami Digital. Entertainment. “With the added power of new generation consoles and working closely with elite footballers, eFootball offers our most exciting and realistic gameplay to date. We will be sharing specifics about the game next month.
Thanks to Unreal Engine 5, the animations have been significantly reworked, while a new technology called “Motion Matching” turns the wide range of player movements into a series of animations and selects the most accurate version in real time.
The system offers more than four times the animation as before, creating very realistic movement. Motion matching is used on all eFootball platforms including last generation consoles, PCs and mobile devices. More details about the gameplay and online modes will be announced in late August.
Long-term support scheme
eFootball appears as a digital title only and you will regularly receive new content and game modes in eFootball after its launch in the fall. Local matches with FC Barcelona, Juventus, FC Bayern Munich, Manchester United and other clubs will initially be available for free. In the future, certain game modes will be sold as optional DLC to give players the option to customize an experience based on their interests.
The roadmap is dead
To take a look at the first updates, here’s a little roadmap for eFootball today:
- Brandneues is powered by Unreal Engine
- Gene matchmaking (eg PlayStation PlayStation 4 or Xbox Series X/S vs Xbox One)
- Local matches with FC Barcelona, Juventus, Bayern Munich, Manchester United and other clubs
- Cross-platform matchmaking between consoles and PC (eg PlayStation 5 vs Xbox Series X | S, PlayStation5 vs PC Steam, etc.)
- Team Creation Mode (TBC name) is available – build your own team and sign players
- Start Leagues Online (Name TBC) – take part in a competitive global league with a real team
- Match Pass System – Players earn and in-game items by playing eFootball
- Mobile console support added
- Full cross-platform matching on all available platforms including mobile devices, provided a compatible controller is used
- Start esports tournaments for professional and amateur esports athletes
In conclusion, Konami confirms that With Lionel Messi and Neymar Jr.. , two of the greatest soccer players of all time, are represented as eFootball’s global ambassadors. In addition, Andrés Iniesta and Gerard Piqué were closely involved as official advisors in the development of offensive and defensive gameplay.