Konami has just informed us about a new video for the upcoming 2013 version of their annual soccer game, Pro Evolution Soccer, that will be released tomorrow. According to the company, the new video will go live at 12pm (GMT) 1pm (CET) tomorrow. Although Konami has not provided with more details about it, our guess is that the video will contain some new gameplay footage from PES 2013.
PES 2013 promises to return to the series roots, with the emphasis on the individual skills of the world’s best players, and giving the player the total freedom to play any style of ball, which includes for the first time full control over shots.
PES 2013 is built around three core elements: PES FC (FullControl), Player ID, and ProActive AI. PES FC provides the total freedom of movement, and incorporates all new dynamic first touch where players can choose how to receive or move on the ball and fully manual passing and shooting. Close control and dribbling is also enhanced with the game’s pace to mirror a real soccer match. Using the R2/RT button gives the player access to a number of control styles. Balls can be cushioned, pushed forward or shielded as the players around you make intelligent runs into space.
Pro Evolution Soccer 2013 will be available Fall 2012 on the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Windows PC, PlayStation 2, PSP, Nintendo 3DS, and Nintendo Wii.
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