eFootball is the new name of the PES football series, while also seeing a new engine and new modes. It’s also now free to play.
Konami has officially dropped the Pro Evolution Soccer (PES) name, renaming its flagship series eFootball, along with some other big changes. This might save some confusion, as it’s no longer PES in the West and Winning Eleven in Japan, but just eFootball globally.
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