Eurogamer wrote:Today Konami announced seven of the nine new officially-licensed leagues:
Danish Superliga Portugal's Liga NOS Belgium Pro League Swiss Super League Scotland's Ladbrokes Premiership Superliga Argentine Russian Premier Liga (exclusive to PES 2019)
All the teams in these leagues are fully-licensed in PES 2019 (having the exclusive rights to the Russian league means PES 2019 has the likes of CSKA Moscow, Zenit St Petersburg and Spartak Moscow). It also means PES 2019 will let you play an officially-licensed Old Firm derby, which is pretty cool.
Scottish football fans will be pleased... and I may give Boca Juniors a run-out again .
Yep; St Mirren have just been promoted so I'm looking forward to finding out how shite they are on this
Albear wrote:Will the English premiership be licensed do we know yet?...
Arsenal and Liverpool were officially licensed teams in PES 2018 but the Premiership as a whole wasn't.
To be honest, it's not really a problem for players of the PS4 version anyway as all teams, kits, badges, stadia and competitions can be edited / updated anyway.
Rapidly-Greying wrote:2018 is just 8 99 in the PlayStation store sale,is it worth buying?...
PES 2018 plays well, RG, and nine quid seems to be rather a decent deal. If you haven't played the game since PES 4 - about fourteen years ago! - then it will take some time to get back into the game and learn the moves, but it's good fun. PES 2019 is due to launch on 30 August but, at the sale price point, the current version could be a relatively cheap way to discover if PES is still your bag.