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The successor of Messy Pes Efootball finally updated on PS5, PS4 this month

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eFootball Version 1.0.0 - 85 minutes of gameplay | VGC
Manchester United is always promoting Konami’s Efootball football simulation in Old Trafford, which may be a lot about the state of the old big club. Unlike the Northwest team of the Premier League, however, efootball is at least about to improve a little. The aforementioned Japanese publisher announced that the V1.00 will be released on PlayStation 5 and PS4 later this month, on April 14, and bring with them some rather important gameplay improvements.

“The development team has worked hard since to regain the trust of our estimated fans, as well as to make the game even more enjoyable for football fans around the world,” says a statement. “As part of our commitment to improve the game, we have added new orders and many elements – both offensive and defensive – that prevail in the modern football game. We also readjusted the balance of the game and corrected bugs to ensure a pleasant gaming experience.

Although it is easy to roast Konami here, the updates are numerous – as the publisher describes it as a new football game in its press release. Some of the main changes include rewriting defensive gameplay, including the addition of a shoulder load control and the reintroduction of the pressing. The pace of the passes has also been considerably increased, while a new order for Hollywood style passes has been incorporated.

The company has also made significant improvements to shooting, dribble and online connectivity. You will now be able to record your tactics and personalized training, which was an obvious feature obviously absent from the launch version. “This is only the tip of the iceberg, because we have implemented many other features and fixes related to the gameplay,” continues the press release. “Please, stay listening, because we will come back in detail on this” new football game “When the update will be put online! »

In terms of new features and game modes, Konami finally adds its Ultimate Team-esque mode, named Dream Team. “In this mode, you can choose your favorite players and managers when signing”, teases the press release. “You can then develop your players according to your personal game style, which means you have almost infinite freedom to shape the team at your liking. Build your “One and Only Dream Team” with your favorite players as well as the players you have developed. »

We do not know when the favorite solo features of the fans like Master League will be available, but to be fair, it seems that Konami has focused here on the correction of the basic gameplay. You can read the full statement on the official game site for more information on what has changed, but is that enough to get you back on board? Let us know in the Comments section below.