Check out Konami’s latest hands on.
Konami may be getting ready to completely contract as far as its games output goes, but it is sticking to some of its surefire money makers- one of them is PES 2016, which, after having won its second consecutive Gamescom award for Best Sports Game, just had its playable demo released.
The playable demo offers single matches of between 6-10-minute duration, and a team roster that includes European giants Juventus, AS Roma, Bayern Munich, the South American pairing of Corinthians and Palmeiras plus the Brazilian and French national sides. Each team has been selected to show the individuality of playing styles and prowess of each team, perfectly illustrating the Team and Player ID systems that elevate PES 2016 to new levels of realism.
PES 2016 is built using Kojima Productions’ FOX Engine, and is hopefully going to continue the long comeback that the PES series has been making over the last few years. It launches later this year. Stay tuned for more information.