PES 2019 announced, coming to Xbox One in August

The next iteration in the Pro Evolution Soccer series will be coming to consoles and PC this August, Konami has announced.

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PES 2019 will support 4K HDR (dynamic resolution) across “all capable platforms.” Konami improved the game’s lighting so that stadiums will “closely mirror their real life counterparts depending on the time of day.” In addition, snow weather effects have been added that will affect gameplay, so you’ll need to adjust your strategy accordingly.

Konami also touts that PES 2019 will include the biggest changes to myClub in years. In a first for the series, High Performance Players will be introduced, and their stats and skills will be dictated based on their performances in real life matches. Legend Players like Beckham, Maradona, Cruyff, Nedved, Gullit, Maldini and Kahn will all appear in the game, with more to be announced later.

PES 2019 is set to feature new, fully licensed leagues, though the only ones revealed so far are Liverpool, Barcelona, and Borussia Dortmund.

You can pick up PES 2019 for Xbox One and PlayStation 4 on August 28 in the United States. It will then release on August 30 in Europe for Xbox One and PlayStation 4, and then August 30 for PC worldwide.

Via: GameSpot