Konami’s Pro Evolution Soccer 2014 is confirmed to be releasing on September 20th in the UK for PS3 as both a digital and retail title while also heading to the Xbox 360 and PC. A few demo details were also shared following Gamescom 2013 along with new screenshots.
PES 2014 features tons of changes this time around, built on the foundation of Kojima Productions’ new FOX Engine which gives it a new sense of realism and increased detail. Players will reportedly move and flow much more differently than before, and their actions will be influenced by whether the crowd is cheering or disappointed.
The game also include Trueball Tech, which casts the ball as a separate entity that is independent of the player’s actions, and hence behaves more realistically. Barycentric physics also allows you to control how players shift their weight while moving, and the Motion Animation Stability System (MASS) means that players will be colliding in a far more realistic way than before. This also means that no two collisions will be the same.