Pro Evolution Soccer 2018 Demo Releases Tomorrow, August 30
The Pro Evolution Soccer 2018 demo is going to be coming out tomorrow, according to a statement by Konami. The statement, made by Adam Bhatti, the game’s global product and brand manager, also denied that they were “hiding” the demo, due to FIFA 18 coming out at the end of September.
Pro Evolution Soccer can be seen as a sort of rival to FIFA, being the other well-known soccer game series that’s published alongside it. While Pro Evolution Soccer has never been as popular as FIFA, the game does have a few merits of its own that allow it to stand by itself.
The Pro Evolution Soccer 2018 demo has already been put out once back in July, which allowed people that downloaded it to play two separate teams against one another. However, that was just the first demo; the actual demo coming out tomorrow has twelve teams, which are all playable and are only a portion of the many other teams that will be available in the full game.
While Pro Evolution Soccer 2018 is missing a good bit of the sort of content that FIFA 18 has, including a story mode, international play within that story mode, and a number of different new teams, players, and improvements to the gameplay, the game’s predecessor PES 2017, also got good reviews.
The series has been nominated for Best Sports game three times in the last three years, and in two of those three times has gone home with the award.
Pro Evolution Soccer 2018 will become available on Xbox 360, Xbox One, Playstation 3, Playstation 4, and PC on September 12 of this year. If you want to get a semblance of how the game plays, then you can download the Pro Evolution Soccer 2018 demo when it comes out tomorrow. Plus, the demo can help you decide whether to buy PES 2018, or FIFA 18.