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Konami admits that it rushed eFootball 2022 in order to release it

Konami issued a new press release today, announcing the release of Version 1.0.0 of eFootball 2022. In that press release, the company has finally admitted what most of us suspected. Instead of focusing on the quality of the game, Konami rushed its development so that it could release it as soon as possible. Continue reading Konami admits that it rushed eFootball 2022 in order to release it

eFootball 2022 is now the worst game release of 2021, Update 1.0.0 has been delayed until Spring 2022

In September 2021, Konami released eFootball 2022, which quickly became one of the worst game launches of all time. On its launch day, the game had Overwhelmingly Negative Reviews on Steam. After this awful launch, Konami apologized and promised to fix the game via a major update in November 2021. However, the company has just announced that this Update has been delayed until Spring 2022. Continue reading eFootball 2022 is now the worst game release of 2021, Update 1.0.0 has been delayed until Spring 2022

eFootball will not feature any offline modes, you’ll have to purchase Master League as DLC

Yesterday, Konami announced that its PES series will be now called eFootball and will be a free-to-play game. However, Konami has now revealed that its F2P soccer game will not be coming without any Offline Modes. As such, players will have to wait and purchase the game’s Offline Modes (like Master League) whenever they become available. And no, they won’t be available at launch. Continue reading eFootball will not feature any offline modes, you’ll have to purchase Master League as DLC

Konami’s PES series is now officially a free-to-play game, PC version won’t have next-gen graphics

Konami has officially announced that its Pro Evolution Soccer series will be now renamed to eFootball. eFootball promises to be an all-new football simulation platform, and will be free to play on all devices. Continue reading Konami’s PES series is now officially a free-to-play game, PC version won’t have next-gen graphics