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Appeared on: Tuesday, April 24, 2012
PES 2013 Promises To Offer Unprecedented Level Of Control

Konami today has officially announced PES 2013, the 2013 edition of the company's football game, heralding it as a "whole new ball game".

Konami said that many of the new features, extensions and improvements of the new game are based on gamers' feedback. Control and animation of the goalkeeper, the sound ambience in the stadiums, the gameplay balance – these were, amongst other things, the points that have been talked about and criticized the most. Therefore, these elements will be improved and extended in PES 2013.

The new features and improvements in PES 2013 are based on the following three central components: PES FullControl, Player ID, and ProActive AI. We will explain what this exactly means in a moment.

The term PES FullControl describes several new and improved features that give you even more control about the players and the ball in PES 2013:



Player ID
focuses on the individual elements and movements that each player boasts:


ProActive AI
unites the control and realism, with players that will respond and find space as befits those at the top of their game:


PES 2013 will also boast better connectivity and atmosphere.

The myPES application will extend the connectivity and communication between Facebook-using PES fans, while the game’s audio effects are being tied closer to the on-field action to provide the kind of buzz seen at top-tier matches, with crowds growing in excitement as their team starts to exert pressure.

PES 2013 is out this autumn on PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Windows PC, PlayStation 2, PSP, Nintendo 3DS, and Wii.



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