Konami just announced something surprising about the flagship football game series Pro Evolution Soccer (PES), they showed a teaser video that showed an overview of PES in the next-gen version.
Shown through his official Youtube account, Konami showed a small picture of the next-gen version of PES projections by bringing Lionel Messi as a visual example of the trailer. Interestingly, after years of PES using Fox Engine as its main engine they now bring a new innovation by presenting the Unreal Engine as the engine of PES in the future.
Konami said that the presence of the new engine will bring PES to a higher level with innovative improvements in visuals, animations and gameplay mechanisms in the game later.
Later, the next-gen version of PES was promised by Konami to first be tested at a time in the middle of 2021, before finally it could be fully released in the same year.
Keep in mind that the PES next-gen in this article is the PES 2022. While for PES 2021, Konami has confirmed that PES 2021 will turn out to be a standalone game with a cheaper price than PES 2020, not a DLC update as previously rumored.