Konami has released a trailer for PES 2013’s demo. The demo is currently available to all platforms and according to its press release, PES 2013 marks major advancements for the popular soccer game including new game mechanics such as PES FullControl, where players are given total control over every pass, shot and even first touch to the ball.
Similarly, Pro-Active AI ensures that players move as they should both on and off the ball, creating a true authentic soccer experience. The Player ID system then enhances the feeling of individuality, with players that not only look and move like their real life counterparts, but also play just like them.
The first demo allows users to experience these key additions first hand and features eight fully licensed teams, including Germany, England, Portugal and Italy from the European field, while Santos FC, SC International, Fluminense and Flamengo are available in the are available in the Copa Libertadores mode.
In order to experience the full range of controls PES 2013 offers, the demo allows any difficulty setting to be used, and boasts localized language settings.
To be honest, this is a great demo and way better than the one we got last year. Here is hoping that Konami won’t screw things up in the final version of PES 2013!
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