Konami announced in mid-2021 that the Pro Evolution Soccer franchise would cease to exist. Instead, they would launch eFootball 2022 in September of that year with a ‘free-to-play’ business model.
After several months on the market and with several patches in between, the title is already beginning to take shape. In the beginning, Konami was pressured to improve various details of the game, such as graphics, animations, and better gameplay.
As if this were not enough, the Japanese company announced that on June 2 it will be possible to download eFootball 2022 on Android and iOS mobile platforms. The ad was shared on social media.
They reported that patch 1.1.0 of the console version will be released on the same date. Additionally, the eFootball PES 2021 app will be updated to eFootball 2022 with the following content.
- Active transfer of in-game virtual assets and miscellaneous data.
- Players available in the product.
- End of support for certain devices due to changes in the required operating environment.
In the following weeks, the company will continue to share details of the update. Let’s remember that one of the objectives of the game is to become a platform for eSports.
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