Pro Evolution Soccer 2019 is the next yearly instalment in Konami’s footall simulation series. The game promises to improve on the gameplay improvements that were made in last year’s title, including Magic Moments and full body touch, while also introducing new improvements of its own.
Having lost the UEFA license to rivals FIFA, PES 2019 will still be expanding its slate of licenses by including a number of official leagues, including Portugal’s Premiera Liga, Belgium’s Jupiler Pro League, the Scottish Premiership, and more.
Both will be available for PS4 players from July 2nd till August 5th.
The Chinese Football Association Super League and the Thai League join PES 2019's roster of licensed leagues.
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What Leagues, though?