Pro Evolution Soccer 2013 Games will be released in the fall for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PC, Wii, PSP, PlayStation 2, PlayStation Vita, 3DS and Nintendo DS. Keep the trailer, below.
Konami released the first full trailer for Pro Evolution Soccer 2013. The video does not show much, except for the soccer star Christiano Ronaldo and his dribbling in the field. During the preview, the real Christiano Ronaldo becomes virtual when advancing the field and sets the tone of realism of the new game, which promises to be a return to roots.
According to Konami, the game’s theme this year is “to be the most faithful recreation of the modern game so far”, with players molded to fit perfectly in dribbles, feints, shots and other relatively skill displayed in the field. The producer also revealed that players will have full control over the chutes.
To do this you use a system called ESP FC – Pro Evolution Soccer Freedom of Control – a first in series and which allows more precise maneuvering when the player applied for a goal kick or pass the ball. ProActive AI promises improvements to the game’s artificial intelligence, which will be even more challenging, more realistically. These improvements will primarily be seen in goalkeepers, which generally are not controlled by players during the defenses. Konami promises that your development team worked hard to eliminate any factor unreasonable in defense.