Just recently, the PES2019 announcement trailer has been officially released by Konami.
Until now, the last news we heard from Konami regarding PES 2019 was the loss of the UEFA Champions League license, the most important club tournament in the world.
Following this news, the Japanese developer said PES 2019 would present significant changes, including more leagues and football clubs licenses. Among these teams, we can find Liverpool, which we already saw it looks like.
Philippe Coutinho, the star of Brazil’s national team, at the moment, which also plays for Barcelona Futbol Club, will be on the cover of the new Pro Evolution Soccer 2019, which will come out this year.
The title will also be released in a special edition, named after England’s soccer player David Beckham, known as one of the best free-kick takers in the world, at his time.
The PES2019 announcement trailer by Konami showed some of the new changes in the game
Among these changes, one of them is the addition of eleven new skills, which will make the game more individual.
It will also have a new fatigue system, which will affect player performance and behavior.
PES MyClub now resembles FIFA’s Ultimate Team mode
According to Konami, this year’s PES MyClub mode will have a large number of changes and additions compared to previous years.
Among these are a new design on the players’ cards, football legends, such as Beckham, Maradona, Cruyff, Nedvěd, Gullit, Maldini, and Kahn, and sportsmen of the week.
The latter will be updated in real time according to the performance of the player in the league in which he plays.
Pro Evolution Soccer 2019, commonly dubbed PES 2019, will arrive on August 30th on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. There are still no announcements for a Nintendo Switch version, despite some people voiced that Konami thinks on releasing one. In the meantime, enjoy the newly launched PES 2019 announcement.