Konami announced today that they too have a number of tricks up their footballing sleeve.
In addition to brand new assets released (a couple of which are featured throughout this article), the developer / publisher of Pro Evolution Soccer 2011 made it clear that players will have pinpoint control over their footballers in PES 2011.
This new total freedom of play is a ”…new power gauge-based passing and shooting system, where the user is given total control over the pace and weighting of every pass, flick-on and shot. ”
Sounds spicy! Bring on the World Cup! Mexico takes on the hosts, South Africa, tomorrow morning (Friday, June 11th) at 9:30 am Eastern at SoccerCity to get things started.
Konami Digital Entertainment, Inc. released today more images from its forthcoming Pro Evolution Soccer 2011, scheduled for release on the Xbox 360 video game and entertainment system from Microsoft, PlayStation 3 computer entertainment system, PlayStation 2 computer entertainment system, PSP (PlayStation Portable) system, Wii and Windows PC this fall.
Total freedom of play is the buzz-word for Pro Evolution Soccer 2011. The PES team is currently implementing a raft of new additions, including a new power gauge-based passing and shooting system, where the user is given total control over the pace and weighting of every pass, flick-on and shot.
Pro Evolution Soccer 2011 aesthetics are also undergoing a revolution, with the photo-realistic visuals married to all-new animations. Over 1000 new animations have been added to Pro Evolution Soccer 2011 to emphasize the slickness and variety of movement that a top-level match showcases. Similarly, big game atmosphere is assured, with all-new stadium designs, with stunning crowds, and a wide range of chants and jeers tied in to the on-field action.