PES European brand manager Adam Bhatti’s comments regarding the PC version of the game might disappoint some of the fans.
Adam Bhatti on Twitter described the PC version of the game as a “Hybrid” between last gen and current gen versions of the game. Which means the Graphics of the title will be a downgrade from the PS4/Xbox One but will still look better than the PS3/Xbox 360 versions of the game.
He further added that the goal with the PC version was “ accessibility and quality”. Although the game will contain all the modes and gameplay features as the console counterpart but the graphical downgrade is a disappointing and strange move.
“Anyway, our focus has been bringing back the gameplay. I don’t want threats or concern from PC users, judge the demo before shouting,” said Bhatti.
Fans have already started showing their disappointment by responding to Adam Bhatti’s post. One of the fans tweeted : “why an hybrid? 1080p are already on PC, 60 fps are already on PC.
The reason behind this is unclear but it might be that the PC version was built on a last-gen Engine rather than new one. We can only speculate but we hope Konami knows what they are doing.
Konami announced earlier this week that Pro Evolution Soccer 2015 will be released on Nov. 13 for PC, PS4,PS3, Xbox One and Xbox 360. Demo for the console version will go live on September 17
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