Pro Evolution Soccer 2016 – PC Version Won’t Be The Same With PS4/Xbox One, Incoming Demo

Last year, Konami released a PC version of PES 2015 that felt like a mix between the old-gen and the current-gen versions. Naturally, a lot of PC gamers wondered whether this would be the case and this year. According to PES European Product Manager, Adam Bhatti, stated that PC will not be the same with the Xbox One and PS4 versions, and not the same with the X360 and PS3 versions.

As Adam told NextGenGamingBlog:

“It’s not the same as PS4 or Xbox One. And it’s not the same as PS3 and X360. It’s its own thing. PS3 and X360 will see some minimal changes that will definitely benefit from the things like MasterLeague and micro improvements. And some of those things. And you’ll feel the gameplay change. The PC version will have its own sort of entity there. It’s got a lot more the features of PS4. A lot more the features of Xbox One.”

Adam also stated that a PC demo will most probably be released prior to the game’s release so that PC gamers can try it before deciding.

Adam also stated that he’s a big supporter of the PC and that he’s been doing his best for the PC crowd.

Obviously Adam was frustrated with last year’s controversy surrounding the PC version of Pro Evolution Soccer, so here is hoping that this time around the PC version of Pro Evolution Soccer will be a worthy (in both terms of gameplay and graphics).

E3 2015: PES 2016 interview with Adam Bhatti

John Papadopoulos

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