Football fans rejoice, we can now get our first taste of one of this seasons two title contenders.
It’s no secret that during last generation FIFA was regarded by many as the go to virtual football experience, though PES closed the gap with its more recent incarnations.
This years edition looks to build on the strong base of 2015, still powered by Konami’s Fox Engine, today it was revealed the game reaches the magic 1080p on Xbox One. PES 2015 ran at 720p on Xbox One but managed 1080p on PS4.
That of course is just one of the many improvements made, others include improved weather effects, new camera angles and commentators and new 1-on-1 controls.
Konami has also decided to revamp the Master League and My Club modes. Master League especially is arguably the best feature of any PES game, here’s hoping they haven’t messed it up.
Back to the demo, you’re able to choose from eight teams including Juventus, Bayern Munich, Germnay, France and Brazil, able to play in two stadia: Juventus Stadium in Italy, and Arena Corinthians in São Paulo with the choice of seven or ten minute matches.
Pro Evolution Soccer 2016 will be available on September 15th for PC, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One.