| Tuesday, April 24, 2012
- Xbox 360, Playstation 2, Playstation 3, PSP, Wii, Nintendo 3DS, PC
- Rating Pending
- Sports - Soccer
Konami announced today that the next iteration of Pro Evolution Soccer franchise, scheduled to release this fall, will have a particular emphasis on player control. Pro Evolution Soccer 2013 takes the franchise back to its roots using a three key system – FullControl (PES FC), Player ID and ProActive AI. The first key is meant to introduce total ball control freedom to the player, from the way they receive it, using Dynamic First Touch, to dribbling speed, defending, passing and, of course, shooting. Player ID integrates the unique attributes of the various soccer stars, including their own signature skills and tricks.
Finally, ProActive AI should be of particular interest to simulation fans and average gamers alike, as it was designed with feedback from the PES fan base, and is meant to completely eliminate any illogical actions from AI players’ movements. This was especially true for the goalkeepers, as fan feedback made it the highest voted feature requiring improvement for PES 2013. Each of the elements also apply to goalkeepers. Beyond in-game features, PES 2013 will include Facebook connectivity integrated into the myPES app.