PES 2014 IGN response
FOX Engine makes its footballing debut.
Konami has been vocal about how pes 2014 is now running on a variation of the FOX Engine and the differences are noticeable from the moment you start playing. Players are more detailed and their facial expressions reflect their mood on the pitch more accurately, so if the ref gives away a contentious decision they’ll scream so vocally you can see the anger in their face. Animation is more fluid too, and the prescribed way players interacted with the ball is thing of the past, and is far more flowing this year.
One thing’s for sure, Konami is making sure it doesn’t make the same mistake twice and is focusing on getting the current-gen version of the game right before it even begins talking about next-gen. It will come, but only when the time is right. Similarly, there’s no word on online multiplayer, but the developers are all too aware of the shortcoming of previous iterations and promise PES 2014 will offer “many improvements” in the multiplayer arena when it’s released.
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