The football classic returns with a new graphics engine
Using these new graphics, the game still offers some remarkable gaming quality, maintaining the level set by previous entries that have matched FIFA every step of the way.
As soon as you play, you will notice some big changes in the new engine. Changes that many are thanking for bringing back memories of PES on the last generation of consoles - back when it dominated the market and was the undisputed king of football sims. On the other hand, it is true that there are still things to polish up on, and some, such as rain, that are not even present.
Pro Evolution Soccer 2014 has virtually the same licenses as in the previous game with some notable casualties, such as faithfully recreated stadiums, but these are replaced by other, no less attractive, additions like inclusion of the Brazilian league.
In the demo version, you can play with Germany, Italy, Bayern Munich, Santos, England, Spain, France, Portugal, Manchester United, Colo Colo and Boca Juniors.
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