During the (real-life) Barca versus Real Madrid match yesterday, Konami displayed an electronic advertising hoarding message advising that PES 2019 will gain a "full reveal" on May 9th. Roll on Wednesday!
Photek wrote:...the online is so far behind that's it's almost last gen in design...
. I've played the PS4 2018 version a lot online and I don't recall losing connection once. Match-up has always seemed okay and, although I've only played online co-op a few times with GRcadians, that worked okay, too.
It's overly complicated compared to anything else I own on Xbox. We've downloaded the 10hour FIFA 18 trial from EA Access so we can play 4 player clubs online, something PES can't do for one thing and secondly, it boggles the mind how to start an online match. Load up Fortnite, Gears, PUBG, Battlefield 1 and Ghost Recon wildlands and pretty much every online game I own on Xbox, and 2 button presses away is 'Invite party to game', and thats it, not possible in PES2018 which is quite frankly ridiculous.
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 .