PES 2022 is coming - but not as you know it. After 26 series the Pro Evolution Soccer franchise is no more, with publisher Konami retiring the name and instead calling its new sports sim eFootball. The franchise is going free to play across PS5, Xbox Series X and a host of other formats, in a complete shake-up which is equal parts risky and exciting. What can you expect in terms of the eFootball release date, licenses and new gameplay features? GR’s PES 2022 guide has the comprehensive scouting report.
eFootball trailer: see six whole minutes here
The first trailer for eFootball dropped on July 21, and rans at an impressive six minutes. It features gameplay footage, tons of details, and interviews with Spanish supremos Andres Iniesta and Gerard Pique. You can view it below.