PlayStation Store of Hong Kong has just leaked the first details and screenshots for Pro Evolution Soccer 2019. While the listing has been taken down, our reader ‘Ewaks’ was able to share with us the first details and screenshots from it.
According to its description, PES 2019 will come with a huge addition of licensed leagues, new MyClub and ML Real Season. Furthermore, player individuality is said to be taken the next level with 11 new skill traits, score great goals with improved shooting motion and animation and see stamina have an impact with Visible Fatigue.
Here are the key features of PES 2019 according to its PlayStation Store page:
- AUTHENTIC LEAGUES: Huge addition of licensed leagues
- NEW MYCLUB: Every element has been redone, from how you sign players, to special versions of players released throughout the year
- MAGIC MOMENTS: Player individuality taken to the next level with 11 new skill traits, score great goals with improved shooting motion and animation and see stamina have an impact with Visible Fatigue
- THE BEAUTIFUL GAME: Photo-realism with stunning animation flow in 4K HDR
- ML REAL SEASON: Experience life as a real manager with 3 significant changes: ICC pre-season, in-depth transfer system and new league licenses
Like last year, we expect the PC version of Pro Evolution Soccer 2019 to be identical to its current-gen console version. As such, the following screenshots will give you an idea of what you can expect from it.
Last but not least, the PlayStation store page suggests that the game will release on August 30th!
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