Pro Evolution Soccer 2020: Most Anticipated Game of this AutumnTime: Sep. 9, 2019 From:
Konami will release its latest version of the long series Pro Evolution Soccer on Tuesday, and this year's game will have a completely new name: eFootball Pro Evolution Soccer 2020.
Regardless of what your name suggests, the most important changes in this year's game are not the eSports Department, but the Career Mode and the Master League Transfer System.
Improvements in the game include dribbling delicacy and the introduction of the Inspire function, designed to give players personalities a greater impact on the field.
Scott Wilson of Give Me Sport has classified Lionel Messi of Barcelona and Cristiano Ronaldo 94 of Juventus in the demo version of the game. You will probably be the best qualified player in the full game when it is released.
With rival EA Sports focused on the online modes of the FIFA series, Konami has targeted its series to players who prefer career modes with a modified Master League experience.
The most important Pro Evo business card in recent years is the game. The game has a slower approach, similar to a simulation, compared to FIFA. New entrapment animations and subtle dribbling should help defeat defenders more easily, especially if Inspire mechanics is the best positional game in A.I.
The defense also received a boost, with more animations for the final duels and head-to-head clashes. Konami also introduced the option of making a premeditated mistake that could have a significant impact on the way people conduct their defense.