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eFootball is coming next September, and it’s free!

The first season of Konami‘s game will be called “eFootball 2022“, unsurprisingly. Mobile users will be happy too.

 

And eFootball finally has a release date. We’re talking about the game that was going to be PES 2022, but after a radical change of direction, Konami’s football series is now coming to PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, PC, iOS and Android as a free-to-play game-as-a-service. eFootball 2022 will be available worldwide on 30 September, with a limited selection of game modes and teams, with other game modes, leagues, and features to be added with future updates.

We say “eFootball 2022” because that’s the official name of the game’s first season. With a Games-as-a-Service approach, eFootball will receive regular updates to keep it up to date with the latest football news and introduce new features and mechanics as it has done in the past with each annual release.

 

 

Konami is already previewing the content that will be introduced with the first free eFootball update this fall:

  • Creative Teams – choose your base team from over 600 licensed clubs
  • New game modes
  • New player types – from Standard to Legendary.
  • And more…

Future updates will also include new features such as edit mode, haptic feedback and adaptive trigger support on PS5, advanced ball control, special shots (power pass, power shot and more), support for mobile controllers and full cross-play between PC, mobile and consoles.

 

Konami's football game is going to change many things.

 

Speaking of mobile, Konami has good news for PES 2021 Mobile iOS and Android gamers. When the new eFootball 2022 is released for mobile in the autumn (no date yet), you won’t need to download a new game – your PES Mobile app will update itself, and you’ll be able to transfer some of your inventory to the new game. You can check the items you can share between versions at this link.

So eFootball will debut worldwide on 30 September 2022, available on PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One and PC, and later on iOS and Android. We got our first look at eFootball’s first gameplay last week, and we’re looking forward to seeing Konami dive deeper into this ambitious but risky venture. And, of course, they’ve made it clear that classic gameplay modes will continue to appear in the game, such as the legendary Master League.

Source TechTudo

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