Subsequent-generation Pro Evolution Soccer will use a new engine and not the FOX Engine

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In an interview with WinPes, Konami’s Kei Matsuda confirmed that the subsequent-generation version of Pro Evolution Soccer will use a new engine. On the other hand, the game’s present-gen version will hold utilizing the FOX Engine.

As Matsuda told WinPes when asked about a new engine powering the PES series:

“Our plans concentrate on the version of the game that is relevant at this time. Updating such technologies is a quite risky step. Ahead of producing or releasing something, you have to have to evaluate all the dangers. In the future we program to modify the most important engine, but this will not take place just before the time when a new generation of game consoles will seem. On the present generation, the FOX engine will stay forever. We are not organizing any alterations.”

eFootball PES2020 release subsequent month and due to the fact it is on present-gen platforms only, it nonetheless makes use of the FOX Engine. Nonetheless, it will be fascinating to see what will take place subsequent year with the PES series.

Pro Evolution Soccer 2021 will most most likely come out in September 2020. On the other hand, PS5 and Project Scarlett will most likely target a November 2020 release. So, will Konami port the FOX Engine versions of these games to these consoles? Will the group release a fully various game utilizing this new engine in 2020? Or will it wait till 2021 so it can release PES 2022 on each present-gen and subsequent-gen platforms?

And what will take place with the Computer version? Will Konami hold releasing the present-gen/old-gen (and not the subsequent-gen) version of PES for the subsequent couple of years on the Computer? Right after all, that is specifically what occurred when the series moved on to the FOX Engine. Will history repeat itself?

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