PES 2020 drop screengrabs that show how realistic the game has become since its inception back in 2001. The release is in a couple of days.
PES 2020 are really taking EA’s FIFA 20 to the limit with their 19th reincarnation of the popular Pro Evolution Soccer series. Their new game has introduced several new features that have rivalled and at times overtaken FIFA 20.
With both sets of games due to release very soon, Konami may have taken the slight edge; with a series of very realistic screengrabs from the game emerging today.
PES has really stormed its way this summer with enhanced lighting engine, improved player models, realistic cutscenes and more.
PES 2020 drop screengrabs that show how realistic the game has become
Screenshots courtesy Konami
“Whether you’re playing under the hot midday sun or the brilliant glow of the floodlights at night, lighting conditions in PES have never looked this vibrant,” Konami said about PES 2020’s lighting.
“Vast improvements made to the lighting engine ensure a greater level of immersion as the stadium, stands and players are brought to life under both natural and man-made light.
“Enjoy a unique visual experience in every match as dynamic daytime lighting systems simulate the sun’s position in the sky to create hyper-realistic shadows.”
Speaking on other new features in the game, the website wrote:
“3D full-body scans have been taken of various players to add a new layer of photo-realism to player models in PES 2020. Scanned players have been recreated with exceptional attention to detail; with each of their movements calculated and rendered in game with stunning accuracy.”
“This year, you’ll be able to sit down and treat yourself to a movie-grade experience with Master League’s cinematic cutscenes; expertly interwoven with the mode’s new dialogue system.”
“Dramatic improvements to turf rendering are coming to PES 2020 adding depth and personality to each blade of grass.”
You can watch the trailer here:
PES2020 will be the 19th instalment in the Pro Evolution Soccer series and will be launched worldwide on September 10, and September 12 in Asia.
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