eFootball is getting closer and closer. The renewed Pro Evolution Soccer start a new stage as a video game free-to-play with in-app purchases this September 30 on PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series and PC; although it won’t be until November 11th when it comes out in full. Konami has acknowledged that “in many respects” eFootball will be like a demo upon release. It will also be in November when the mobile version for iOS and Android arrives, but What will the connection be like for multiplatform matches?
The matchmaking will be done, as Konami explains in its portal dedicated to frequently asked questions, “in such a way that the difference in the connections and in the specifications of the devices does not affect the quality of the connection”. Likewise, the study will add “new options in the search for rivals, such as prioritize pairing between those users with the best connection quality”. The type of servers the game will use is unknown at this point.
What is clear is that “the quality will be higher in new generation consoles and high performance gaming PCs” than in previous generation consoles and mobile devices.
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eFootball will be free-to-play; available on Xbox, PlayStation and PC
The most recent news of the title leaves us with important news that will interest those who are thinking of downloading the game from the moment of release. Option Files support will be added on PS5, PS4, and PC soon, while next-gen players will be able to enjoy visual enhancements through updates. How the game will base its business model on micropayments and seasons, modes such as Master League will be sold separately.
At launch, eFootball will have a total of nine teams, which are the following: FC Barcelona, Bayern Munich, Juventus Turin, Manchester United, Arsenal, Corinthians, Flamengo, Sao Paulo and River Plate. In the initial roadmap shared by Konami we can see that online leagues will be implemented in mid-autumn, the same time contemplated for cross-platform play. Already in winter it will be when the support for controllers and online eSports tournaments is included.
eFootball will be released worldwide as a free-to-play (Free with in-app purchases) this fall on Xbox One, PS4, PS5, Xbox Series X | S, and PC consoles. Soon it will also reach iOS and Android mobile devices taking advantage of the same business model.
Source | Konami