Tagged: Pro Evolution Soccer 2011
Image via CrunchBase Yay, mobile news that has something to report on other than just screens or video. It seems Konami are bringing Pro Evolution Soccer 2011 to the Windows Phone 7, or just, PES 2011 to WP7 for short. “PES 2011 arrives on a new format, bringing its intense realism and stunning gameplay to a whole new audience,” commented Florian Stronk, Head of Network Business Development for Konami Digital Entertainment GmbH. “PES gamers can now hone their skills while away from their system, while the true ethos of PES – skill, timing and beautiful football – can be enjoyed at any time, everywhere.”
A load of screenshots which appear to feature different stuff you can edit in Pro Evolution Soccer 2011.
PES 2011 will be released in the UK for PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and PC-DVD on the October date, with versions to follow for Wii, PlayStation 2 and PSP in October. KONAMI has also confirmed it will be released for a number of smart phone systems. Following extensive consultation with the series fans and football fans all over the globe, PES 2011 ignites the series with a stunning collection of gameplay additions, control options and new aesthetics. Every aspect of the game has been honed and polished, with total freedom of play acting as the core ideal in the new game. To this end, PES 2011 introduces a power gauge for each player that allows the user to exactly place every pass, cross and shot. Balls can be placed anywhere with utter precision, while all new AI routines hand complete control over to the player.
Image via CrunchBase Konami has released a detailed video explaining the intricacies of PES 2011’s Master League Online mode. Producer Shingo ‘Seabass’ Takatsuka uses the new footage to explain how the new addition works, detailing the basic mechanics such as player transfers, etc, and how the player can compete against their peers. Seabass also uses the video to introduce a number of other advances to the new game, such as the Stadium Edit.
Just a quick post to show some screens that were recently released for Pro Evolution Soccer 2011 which is due for release quite soon on the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 2, PSP, Wii and PC.