eFootball is a free-to-play football simulation game developed and published by Konami.
It is a continuation of the Pro Evolution Soccer series, but drops that branding and adopts a free-to-play live service model.
Konami's free-to-play football title will launch with 9 teams, 6 stadiums, offline matches, and weekly online events, with more updates coming in autumn.
There will be no microtransactions at launch, teams and modes will be limited, while Master League will be added as premium DLC later on.
Controls are also seeing changes, like sprinting with Right Trigger, and new features like Ball Control, Knock-On, Match-up and more.
Konami's flagship sports series is undergoing a number of changes with free yearly updates, Match Passes and cross-platfom play.
A new report suggests that Konami is going to shake things up for its football series in a significant way, primarily by adopting a free-to-play model.
Konami's New Football Game open beta will be live across console storefronts starting 24th June 00:00 UTC up until 8th July 00:00 UTC.
It seems this will see the end of the Fox Engine.