Konami are keen to show off their footy skills by releasing a new demo for PES 2013 for the PS3 and 360 on 29 August with the PC version to follow shortly after. The updated demo is to show to football fans that they have been working hard at refining the game since the last demo which was released back in July.
In this demo there will be 11 fully licensed teams and there are also gameplay improvements. The demo also includes six difficulty settings, the matches will last ten minutes, they have tweaked the game’s balance between offense and defence. and improved targeting of passes using the feted manual control system. Other tweaks include trajectory of passes, blocking by defenders, shot speed and the referees.
“We wanted to show our hand early with PES 2013 as, frankly, there is a lot to enjoy,” commented Jon Murphy, European PES Team Leader for Konami Digital Entertainment GmbH. “However, we are constantly refining the game and this second demo will show fans that we are always striving for perfection, and they will notice many additions and enhancements that bringPES 2013 even closer to matching the grace, unpredictability and skill that top-level football displays.”Related to this article
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