Huge Details Leaked for Pro Evolution Soccer 2019 Including Release Date

Pro Evolution Soccer 2019 First Details Leaked

Just last month it was reported that Konami, the company behind the Pro Evolution Soccer franchise, had lost its UEFA Champions League license. Considering just how big of a part of each game that has been for the past several titles, the announcement left many fans wondering about the fate of Pro Evolution Soccer 2019. Well now, some new details about the upcoming game may have just been leaked.

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Although some specifics and release date have since been removed following the leak on the Playstation Hong Kong Store page, the listing was up long enough to gather a handful of exciting details. According to the leak, the release date is set for August 30th. In addition to this, the listing mentions a few factors to make up for the missing Champions League license. Despite no addition specifics being given, the first of these includes the “Legend Edition” of the game. It seems likely this will include more player options.

According to the listing on Resetera, you can check out what to expect from PES 2019 below, as well as a screenshot that looks sharp as hell.

  • Authentic Leagues: Huge addition of licensed leagues
  • New My Club: Every element has been redone, from how you sign players, to special versions of players released throughout the year
  • Magic Moments: Player individuality taken to the next level with 11 new skill traits, score great goals with improved shooting motion and animation and see stamina have an impact with Visible Fatigue
  • The Beautiful Game: Photo-realism with stunning animation flow in 4K HDR
  • ML Real Season: Experience life as a real manager with 3 significant changes: ICC pre-season, in-depth transfer system and new league licenses

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The release date of August 30th sounds right on point, as it would put it around the same time as the release of FIFA 19. It will be interesting to see what Konami will reveal in just a few weeks at E3 2018. For now though, all of this has yet to be confirmed and you should take it all with a grain of salt.

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