Dynamic Weather has been finally included in the game, and new ball physics will enable better ball control in the game.
With the inclusion of the new and improved “jostle” option, which is the ability to apply physical pressure on opponents to win the ball, crossing and interception appear to have improved significantly.
PES 16 will enable gamers to have more freedom in controlling their team, aiding them to accomplish more creativity while dribbling with a player who possess skills like that of Neymar, who has been selected as the cover boy of the game.
The guys who have had a chance to test play the game suggested that the ball and the players now feel like two separate entities.
It might not be a big deal for those who have never played PES but to the regular Pro Evo players who have spent years being frustrated about the unrealistic accuracy of passing will now enjoy realistic football simulation to its fullest.
It finally looks like Konami had success balancing realism and commercialism and with the awesome football simulation known as Pro Evolution Soccer! Gamers can’t wait to get their hands on the game, which releases in September!