Pro Evolution Soccer 2018
Platforms: PS4, Xbox One, PC
The beautiful game is about to become even more beautiful.
FIFA and Pro Evolution Soccer have both been mainstays of the video games industry for a long, long time. Year by year, these two franchises continue to try and bring the sport of football (or soccer, if you want to be… well, wrong) into a video game as perfectly as possible, and each year, for the most part, they both succeed. This year looks like it will be no different. Both FIFA 18 and PES 2018 look excellent, and though they both seem to be targeting different goals in terms of what exactly they want to achieve, they both look like excellent simulations of the most popular sport in the world. Here, in this feature, we’re going to take a look at fifteen things you should know about both these games, eight for FIFA and seven for PES.
FIFA 18- THE JOURNEY
The Journey was one of the most popular additions in last year’s FIFA 17, and FIFA 18 will be continuing that story with style. Players will once again follow the story of young football starlet Alex Hunter, and we can expect things to be just as dramatic, engrossing and all-round entertaining as they were in last year’s The Journey mode. There will also be several upgrades to the mode of course…