Soccer is back and PES 2013 is ready for this new season
Teams are finishing up the preseason. The signing market, although somewhat affected by the economic crisis, lashes back with trades like that of Jordi Alba to Barcelona or Ibrahimovic to PSG. Meanwhile, in the digital field, PES continues in the fight to bring back game satisfaction like back in the day.
This year a change is happening. PES 2013 is placing Cristiano Ronaldo as the face of the franchise, accompanied by a series of features that strive to make the matches more realistic and enticing on our favorite devices.
Improved impact engine, ball gravity, as well as a large improvement in its social features, new individual technical abilities, hundreds of new animations, etc.
One could say that it is the year of years; but don’t be fooled—last year has come back to try it again, and at Konami they are willing to do what it takes to make sure FIFA isn’t a flop. This time you can see that PES 2013 is extravagant, that the graphics are overwhelming, and that you can control the player relatively well, which is why you can now begin enjoying the king of sports for another season.
Choose your team, the tournaments are there to glorify the showcase of your museum in PES 2013. We again have the Champions League, Santander Libertadores, and LFP licenses, numerous game modes —one after another — online multiplayer and local multiplayer. It’s time to start juggling with those feet and prove that you are also a star.