PES sounds off warning bells to FIFA with Master League trailer that unveils new changes and amazing graphics. The fans are already in love with it.
The FIFA and PES rivalry has boomed this year and the fans are lapping it all up. Earlier in the year, FIFA launched their FIFA 20 gameplay trailer showcasing new changes and mechanics in their game. It is now PES who have played their card.
PES have released a 3-minute trailer for their revamped Master league game mode and it looks absolutely brilliant. The video features all the improvements and changes they have employed in their latest instalment.
One of the changes introduced is their transfer system which now uses a brand-new algorithm to keep the big moves and wages in line with the real world. One can now even choose which sponsor logos to appear on the backdrop while being interviewed by the media.
PES sounds off warning bells to FIFA with Master League trailer that unveils new changes and amazing graphics
The trailer showcases the gameplay mechanics on and off the field. The build up to Derby matches will now be more intense and the player can now track the fixtures, tables and calendars from a central screen.
You can watch the trailer here
Naturally the fans are buzzing with excitement and cannot wait to get their hands on one.
Getting both, but PES is going to be my main game.
— Lee Van Pool (@leeunited89) August 30, 2019
However, there is one new addition that the fans are not really a fan of. Players can now choose their manager’s avatar based on real world legends such as Diego Maradona and Roberto Carlos.
The fans are in favor of customizable characters and let their opinions known on twitter. Although at this point we don’t know if the feature exists or not.
I think the decision to remove manager customisation is a mistake. Lots of us want to be the manager, it's a shame you've not given us a choice this year.
— The Wit (@david_witty) August 30, 2019
Lack of manager customisation is a huge mistake. What take it out?! Just doesn't make sense! It was already there. 1 step forward 2 steps back as usual! No changes to edit mode either I believe. Ridiculous.
— PESClub (@PESClubUK) August 30, 2019
why is there no manager customization its was the thing that made master league better than career mode and now that fifa has it you decided to remove it if you want to make the game that the people wants than #bringbackmanagercustomization please
— Aziz Kheiralah (@Zouzou_player) August 30, 2019
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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