Checkout PES 18 Trailer, Release Date, And Features

Pro Evolution Soccer PES is a sports video game developed by PES Productions and published by Konami for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One. The game is also available in other platforms such as Android and IOS devices.

PES is one very interest and popular game that a lot of young guys really enjoy. The game offers playing mode such as Single-player and Multiplayer. While many are still flexing/enjoying the PES 2017, Konami are working on releasing a new version know as PES 18.

PES 2018

PES became the game of choice for football fans who demanded realism over team licences when back in the days when EA’s FIFA series was more of an arcade experience. With the new improve PES 2018, Konami are making their most realistic game after EA’s FIFA added features like FIFA Ultimate Team and The Journey which made the game more realistic and more fun to play.

Although a date has not been set for it release, but Pro Evolution Soccer 2018’s may likely be release on the 12th of September in America, 14 of September in India and Europe and 16 to the rest of the world based on past release dates.

In a statement released by the company, Konami states that: 
"Centred on the concept that PES 2018 is 'Where Legends are Made', the new game hits the floor running with new features, new ways to play, a PC version to the standard of the leading console iterations, and an unrivalled gameplay experience."

The new version comes with lot of improve features that gives the players a better user experience. Some of this features includes;

1) Improved Visual Effects
2) A new user interface
3) Better Graphics
4) Improvements to dribbling
5) Better ball control and set pieces
6) Better lighting and contextual shielding all serve to bolster last year's PES 2017 outing—with its PC guise said to have undergone "substantial" improvements. 

One major new features to the PES 18 plays is called "Real Touch +," which according Konami allows players to 
"react to receiving a ball using permissible parts of the body, such as chest, head, and legs to bring a pass under control dependent on the height and pace of the incoming ball." This, it says, is done through "simple movements of the control stick."
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