PES 2013 demo coming next week
It’s that time of year again when the battle for supremacy between football-sims commences, and it all kicks off for Europe on July 25th when the PES 2013 demo is released.
The latest edition of the once untouchable PES series promises more improvements in game play including ‘PES FullControl’ which aims to give players an unprecedented level of control over each pass, shot and touch.
Konami look to recreate a more authentic experience with their new Player ID system, which will emphasize individuals look and style of play (expect many patented Ronaldo free kicks) and Pro-Active AI, which will see players move in a more realistic manner on and off the ball.
The demo will give footy fans the chance to sample these new features as well as the chance to play from eight fully licensed teams including Germany, England, Portugal and Italy. It will also feature Copa Libertadores mode where you can play as Santos FC, SC International, Fluminense and Flamango,
The free demo will be available to PS3 and Xbox 360 users on Playstation Network and Xbox Live respectively on Wednesday 25th of July. Windows PC users can also download it on the same date at www.konami-pes2013.com.
PES 2013 Demo dated for July 25th
Konami Digital Entertainment GmbH today announced it will release the first playable demo of its eagerly-awaited PES 2013 title on July 25th in Europe.
The free demo will be available for PlayStation(R)3 via PlayStation(R)Network, Xbox 360(R) via Xbox(R)LIVE and Windows PC via ‘www.konami-pes2013.com‘.
PES 2013 marks a huge advance for the popular football simulation, with the new game offering PES FullControl wherein players are given total control over every pass, shot and even first touches to the ball. Similarly, Pro-Active AI ensures that players move as they should both on and off the ball, creating a truly authentic big match experience. The Player ID system then enhances the feeling of individuality, with players that not only look and move like their real life counterparts, but also play just like them.
The first demo will allow users to experience these key additions at first hand, and features eight fully licensed teams. Germany, England, Portugal, and Italy showcase European football, while Santos FC, SC International, Fluminense and Flamengo are available in the Copa Libertadores mode.