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Konami planning move to new game engine for next-gen eFootball PES, rather than FOX Engine


Konami took as much time as is needed when changing Pro Evolution Soccer to the present harvest of consoles, especially for PC players who needed to hold up a couple of additional years to profit by the FOX Engine. We arrived in the long run, however, and now Konami is prepared to talk cutting edge reassures, cutting edge eFootball PES, and, maybe, in particular, an all-new cutting edge game motor.

“Our arrangements center around the variant of the game that is applicable as of now. Refreshing such advances is an extremely hazardous advance. Before making or discharging anything, you have to assess all the risks,” explained Konami’s Kei Matsuda during a talk with WinPes.

“Later on we intend to change the fundamental motor, yet this won’t occur before when another age of game consoles will show up. On the present age, the FOX motor will remain for eternity. We are not arranging any changes.”

There may have been somewhat lost in interpretation here, yet it shows up as though Matsuda is proposing the FOX Engine is staying put for Xbox One and PlayStation 4 for every single future Pe titles which still go to those consoles. In any case, anticipating the up and coming age of consoles, which should both be out around the time eFootball PES 2021 dispatches, we can presumably hope to see the arrangement move to another game motor.

To be straightforward anyone would be somewhat flummoxed if Konami even tried making an exclusive game motor for the people to come. Professional Evolution Soccer is presently essentially the main thing it effectively creates and that circumstance doesn’t look as though it’s changing at any point in the near future. With only one noted establishment not too far off, and any semblance of Castlevania and Metal Gear apparently dead and covered, moving to an outsider motor appears as though it would most likely be the more intelligent move. Konami would require devs knowledgeable in Unreal Engine, for instance, yet it must be the simpler course over the long haul as opposed to building a whole new cutting edge game motor.

Whatever occurs, however, we’d expect this will likewise harmonize with a lofty increment in eFootball PES’ PC framework specs. At this moment, eFootball PES 2020 is an outright breeze to run, even on low-end frameworks. Cutting edge equipment implies cutting edge specs, in spite of the fact that despite everything we’re expecting Konami to focus on the lower part of the bargain equipment.

In there at this very moment, we’re not very a long way from the following cycle of PES propelling, eFootball PES 2020 is out on September tenth for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.

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