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Konami Is Looking to Roll Out PES 2017 Playable Demo In August
It appears like Konami is looking forward to rolling out PES 2017 demo sometime during August.
During an interview; PES Brand Manager Andre Bronzoni and Community Manager Robbye Ron shared some interesting details regarding the upcoming sports game and when can we expect the demo.
Ron confirmed that going in line with previous PES installments, PES 2017 will also receive a playable demo. Although did not mention on what platforms will we get the demo or a possible release time, judging from PES 2016 demo, you can expect it to launch sometime in August.
With the upcoming game, Konami is targeting some big changes and improvements. The first one is Real Touch which is essentially based on how different players control the ball in unique and varied ways depending upon how and where you control the players.
Through added motions and animations, Konami is targeting a leap ahead in quality. This will result in Precise Passing through Real Touch and real ball physics and will extend to goalkeepers as well!
In addition to hundreds of new animations, a major visual upgrade, and other changes; PES 2017 will also bring forth adaptive AI who will learn from your playstyle and alter their own, creating a sense of competitiveness when going against AI opponents.
FIFA 17, on the other hand, is being developed using FrostBite Engine for the first time in the history of FIFA franchise. In addition to this, the game has a dedicated single-player Career Mode called The Journey which is co-developed by select BioWare developers.
PES 2017 is scheduled to arrive for PC, Playstation 3, Playstation 4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One in 2016.