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  • Although 'PES 2020' is not perfect, but it's enough to compete with 'FIFA 20'
    Time: Sep. 12, 2019

    About a year ago, I thought Pro Evolution Soccer was practically dead, and that's how I felt when Konami lost the UEFA Champions League license, the biggest club competition in the world. benefit of its great rival, EA Sports. Despite this great setback, Konami has not abandoned his beloved franchise, which is great for football fans around the world.

    And although I have no doubt that the Champions League in PES 2020 has significantly improved the game, there is still much to like in the full version of the title, which will be released on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC on September 10.

    For starters, Konami has worked this year on improving passports, shots and instant controls, which, according to the developer, now take more into account the physics of the globe.

    That is, when you hit or pass, you must be aware of your player's position or the speed at which you move when you hit the ball. Meanwhile, defenders are smarter and have new ways to prevent attacks on players. These include new wake animations, shorter reaction times and the possibility of intentional errors.

    After participating in several PES 2020 games, I can tell you that it is much harder to score than last year, and that is a good thing. At the same time, defending players will have more difficulty getting rid of smart players like Lionel Messi or Cristiano Ronaldo.

    Of course, you could make good duels here and there if you play with a strong defender like Virgil van Dijk of Liverpool, but for Messi, Ronaldo and other elite players like her, it is generally difficult to lose the ball. As in real life.

    Speaking of Ronaldo, it will be surprising that he does not play with the brand of his current FIFA 20 team.