The change in the nature of the game, which is now completely free, had raised concerns among fans.
The presentation of eFootball, the new name that the PES saga will have from now on, has left many unknowns for fans. Therefore, from Konami They have published a FAQ with several questions and answers and even Seitaro Kimura, producer of the saga, has answered some of these questions in interviews with the media.
The producer ensures that there will be no paid content that makes it easier to winThe creative has spoken with the Half Loadout of the game, confirming that a patch with graphical improvements will arrive for the next generation consoles after its premiere. In that same interview, he also talks about the new format of the football simulator, which becomes a free-to-play. And it is a fact that has concerned a certain part of the community, for fear that they will have to pay to make it easier to win and thus turn the proposal into a dreaded pay-to-win.
Kimura has been clear and ensures that none of the content that is additionally included in eFootball will give an advantage to the players who pay the most. “We are focusing on making sure that all players can enjoy a fair title, so the game it will not be a pay-to-win system where the pay elements will determine who wins or loses in a match, “he says.
eFootball will arrive in autumn with a totally free proposal for PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X | S, Xbox One, PC, and iOS and Android devices. Initially, the versions will be identical in terms of content and later functions or paid game modes will be included, so that each user invests in the one that best suits their tastes or needs.
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