PES 17 is releasing soon on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. Konami is working hard to make sure the game is optimized for each platform. In fact, according to Adam Bhatti PES 17 won’t be like its console counterpart.
On Twitter, Adam Bhatti stated:
— Adam Bhatti (@Adam_Bhatti) July 29, 2016
PES 17 devs won’t ignore the PC version and will make sure PC fans don’t feel neglected. Moreover, Adam Bhatti stated that there won’t be any notable differences between PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
Konami is focusing on the core of this year’s installment and many improvements are being made to provide an authentic experience.
Our focus is on the pitch, to be honest. People buy a football game to play it, so it is of optimum importance that the fundamentals are of the highest quality. That said, we have offered a wealth of modes for years, and all these have been hugely improved in PES 2017.
Fans of Master League will be delighted as more realistic ideas are implemented, with transfers, training and the general nature of how the business side of football is determined are all greatly improved. Similarly, myClub continues to go from strength to strength, so we are making a lot of key changes to this, too. Streamlining agents, adding new options for recruitment and team development and generally keeping it fresh. These modes are hugely popular and cover a great deal of what can be found in a story option, but on a greater scale
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