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Gameplay continues to combine arcade elements with football simulation. Compared to the previous installments, the gameplay has become noticeably faster, which is mainly due to changes in the system of receiving the ball and playing from the first ball. The mechanics of taking shots from a distance have also been remodeled. The creators have introduced a set of new animations, mainly about collisions with other players, and the artificial intelligence has been improved. Compared to the previous installment, MyClub was rebuilt, which featured, among others, a new way to contract players and special versions of players released throughout the year. Thanks to eleven new features, additional animations and fitness reflected in the behavior and appearance of athletes, the players gained individuality. In addition, three major changes debuted in Manager Mode - the pre-season ICC tournament, an in-depth transfer system, and new league licenses. PES 2019 is based on the same graphics engine as the previous installment of the series. However, the creators managed to improve several visual elements, e.g. the appearance and behavior of the audience or the silhouette of the players. There are also new animations and celebrations obtained during motion capture sessions with football stars.   0 0

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Pro Evolution Soccer 2019 (abbreviated as PES 2019) is a football simulation video game developed by PES Productions and published by Konami for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. It is the 18th installment in the PES series and was released on 28 August 2018 in North America and on 30 August 2018 in Japan, Europe and Australia. FC Barcelona winger Philippe Coutinho appears on the front cover of the standard edition, whereas David Beckham appears on the front cover of the legend edition. Scottish clubs Celtic and Rangers have been brought to the game along with their stadiums, bringing the world-famous Old Firm derby to the gaming globein detail. This was the final installment in the franchise to be branded as just PES, following the decision to rebrand it eFootball Pro Evolution Soccer, starting with 2020's edition and then just simply eFootball for the upcoming installment.

For this year's edition, Konami had promised to increase the number of licenses, which contain more fully licensed leagues and stadiums and a variety of freshlegends to play with. Until then, the official championships announced directly by Konami were 12 leagues which containthe Ligue 1 and Ligue 2, Danish Superligaen, the Portuguese Primeira Liga, the Belgian Jupiler Pro League, the Swiss Raiffeisen Super League, the Scottish Premiership, the Dutch Eredivisie, the Argentine Primera División. However, Konami announced that it did not renew its deal with UEFA for the Winner League, Europa League, and the UEFA Super Cup which they had for 10 years; the licence is being utilize in EA Sports FIFA 19. PES 2019 was succeeded by eFootball Pro Evolution Soccer 2020.

Gameplay

PES 2019 is a sports game that simulates football. PES 2019's Magic Moments feature is set to be the forefront of its gameplay. Konami announced that the International Winner Cup before the season launch has been added, and they also announced an improved negotiation system and budget management. They also added re-sell and clean sheet options to introduce strategy in club management. 11 freshskill traits have been introduced, including edge turn, no look pass, control loop, dipping shot, and rising shot. They have also announced that player individuality has been expanded, where skills and strengths are more prominent in impact and motion during gameplay. Full body touch introduced last year has also been enhanced.

Development

Other features containa number of graphical boosts and 4K HDR assistanceacross all compatible platforms. Enlighten programhas been utilize to rework lighting, both natural and stadium based. Stands and pitches closely mirror their real life counterparts depending on the time of day.

Kit unveiling

For the first time in history, a Pro Evolution Soccer game was utilize in a kit unveiling. Liverpool unveiled their fresh3rd kit for the 2018–2019 football season by using in-game footage from PES 2019 via a publicationon social media. Liverpool claim they are the "first club to utilizevideo game graphics to begina freshjersey".

UEFA licence

The Konami–UEFA partnership ended after ten years. The announcement was angry in a press release posted on the UEFA domainstating that "the 2018 UEFA Winner League Final in Kyiv would mark the end of a very successful and fruitful 10-year partnership between Konami and UEFA."

The marketing director of UEFA Happening SA Guy-Laurent Epstein said:

Konami has been a powerfullicensing partner for the UEFA Winner League and UEFA Europa League, with our tournamentbrand being heavily featured within the video game and as part of the famousKonami-organised UEFA Winner League e-sports competition. UEFA would like to thank Konami for its tremendous commitment and assistanceto UEFA club tournament for the last decade, and we look forward to continue to work with Konami in the sphere of UEFA national squadfootball," whereas senior director of brand & business development for Konami Digital Entertainment B.V. Jonas Lygaard said, "The UEFA Winner League licence has given us a platform to create unique experiences and provide football fans from all over the globewith an opportunity to enjoy this tournamentfirst-hand. This year, however, we will shift our focus to other location. We will continue to explore alternative method UEFA and Konami shouldcontinue to work together, as our relationship remains strong.

Club partnerships

Konami have signed a number of partnerships with clubs to faithfully re-create the clubs including kits, fully scanned players, and stadiums.

Continuing agreements

Previously announced partnerships between Konami and Liverpool, Barcelona, Inter Milan, A.C. Milan, and Arsenal for PES 2018 have all been retained for the 2019 edition of the game.

Borussia Dortmund agreement

On 1 June 2018, Konami announced on their domainthat top German club Borussia Dortmund will not be officially licensed for PES 2019. This is despite the club appearing in some of the promotional assets of PES 19. Konami said "the licence agreement was to the utilizeof Borussia Dortmund's logos, players, stadium, and other features in the Konami products until June 2020. However, this agreement was prematurely terminated by Borussia Dortmund".

FC Schalke 04

On 4 June 2018, Konami announced a freshpartnership with FC Schalke 04 just days after Dortmund terminated their agreement. As part of their establishment with S04 as a PES partner club, Konami produced a highly detailed recreation of the club's Veltins Arena with the utilizeof state-of-the art 3D scanning technology with extremely high fidelity, detailed kits, player likenesses, and a real-globeshirt and ground sponsorship. Alexander Jobst, Schalke's marketing director, stated how Schalke was satisfiedto have on board a world-populargame manufacturer like Konami. It present the leading role that FC Schalke 04 has in E-Sports internationally. "Konami is like no other organizationand let our fans to play with the true S04 in game", he said. Brand and Business Development at Konami, Jonas Lygaard said, "FC Schalke 04 is one of the most popularand successful clubs in Europe and is working hard in the websiteof E-Sports. That suits Konami."

AS Monaco

On 19 July 2018, Konami announced a freshpartnership with AS Monaco. As part of the partnership agreement, AS Monaco captain Radamel Falcao became an official local ambassador of the game and appears on the French edition of the game alongside global cover star Philippe Coutinho. Along with kits and players, AS Monaco's stadium, Stade Louis II, is accessibleafter release via DLC. "This is a wide-ranging agreement with AS Monaco, which will see this illustrious club working closely with KONAMI across a number of avenues," commented Jonas Lygaard, Senior Director Brand and Business Development at Konami Digital Entertainment B.V. "In addition to working closely with the club to ensure they are perfectly recreated within the game, we are delighted that a player of Radamel Falcao's calibre has accept to become our local Ambassador. We look forward to a long and productive partnership that will presentthe scale and ambition Konami has for the PES series."

Juli Ferre, AS Monaco commercial and marketing director said, "The growth of E-Sports and the reputation of the PES series make this partnership with Konami very exciting; we look forward to seeing AS Monaco players recreated within the freshgame and our Captain Radamel Falcao featured on the PES 2019 cover."

Celtic and Rangers

On 30 July 2018, Konami announced a freshpartnership with Celtic, before announcing a partnership with Glasgow rivals Rangers the day after. As part of both partnership agreements, a special, limited club edition of the game is available, and the clubs' stadiums, Celtic Park and Ibrox, are accessiblein the game via DLC.

Gordon Kaye, Head of Business Development at Celtic, said of the partnership, "We are delighted to be partnering with Konami at such an exciting time for the PES series. The gameplay and player detail in PES 2019 is simply stunning and we have no doubt Celtic fans will be excited at the prospect of seeing the double treble winner emulated in such a realistic way." Jonas Lygaard, Senior Director Brand & Business Development at Konami Digital Entertainment B.V., said, "Celtic is a hugely successful club, and we are delighted to be working closely with them. Our job now is to ensure Celtic's presence is perfectly recreated within PES 2019, and we look forward to seeing the fans’ reactions when all the work being put into this is complete and we reveal everything – more updates coming soon – watch this space!"

Rangers Managing Director Stewart Robertson said, "We are delighted to have entered into this freshpartnership with Konami and are excited to see the club and the players perfectly represented within PES 2019." Jonas Lygaard, Senior Director Brand & Business Development at Konami Digital Entertainment B.V., commented, "With this partnership with Rangers we add another heavyclub to the growing PES roster. Scottish football enjoys some of the loudest and most ardent fans of any league, and we look forward to this passion manifesting as Rangers makes its debut in PES 2019."

Squad

In total, 355 clubs are showin the game; out of these, 293 are licensed. This marks an increase of twenty-two additional club sides compared with PES 2018. A total of 79 more clubs are licensed. Seventeen leagues are playable in the game, fourteen licensed, along with the AFC Winner League. There are ten additional licensed leagues and four more leagues overall when compared with the previous edition of the game.

Official partners

Nineteen clubs are official partners of Konami. In most cases, the partnerships enable Konami to containthe stadiums of the partnered clubs and also to have player scans of all first squadplayers in the game from these sides. Twelve clubs are continuing their partnership deals from previous seasons: Milan, Alianza Lima, Barcelona, Colo-Colo, Corinthians, Flamengo, Independiente, Inter, Liverpool, Palmeiras, River Plate, and Sporting Cristal.

Five freshclubs have announced partnership deals since the release of Pro Evolution Soccer 2018, with PES 2019 being the first game of the partnership deal. These clubs are Celtic, Monaco, Rangers, São Paulo and Schalke 04. São Paulo were licensed in PES 2018, without a partnership deal, whereas Monaco and Schalke 04 were licensed in the previous game as part of their league's licence deal. Celtic were last featured as a licensed club in PES 2014; Rangers, in PES 2012.

Celtic and Rangers (both Scottish Premiership); Colo-Colo (Chilean Primera División); Corinthians, Flamengo, Palmeiras, São Paulo, and Vasco da Gama (all Campeonato Brasileiro Série A); Independiente and River Plate (both Argentine Primera División); and Monaco (Ligue 1) would have been licensed by their league's licensing deal without any partnership deal; however, the partnership deal ensures that their players have face scans and that their stadiums appear in the game – unlike other clubs in their leagues.

Tournament

Fifteen leagues are fully licensed in the game. All the squad of these leagues appearing feature real players, kits, and logos. The licences for the Brazilian Campeonato Brasileiro Série A, French Ligue 1 & Ligue 2, and the Dutch Eredivisie are retained. Ten freshleague licences have been obtained: the Colombian Categoría Primera A, the Argentine Primera División, the Belgian First Division A, the Chilean Primera División, the Danish Superliga, the Portuguese Primeira Liga, the Russian Premier League, the Scottish Premiership, the Swiss Super League, and the Turkish Süper Lig. The Russian Premier League deal is exclusive.

The Argentine Primera División appeared in PES 2018 with licensed squad but unlicensed league names, featuring as the Argentine League. Additionally, the Primeira Liga was featured as an unlicensed league, being referred to in-game as Portugal League, with fictional squadnames aside the GiganticThreeBenfica, Porto, and Sporting CP. On 28 September,[year needed] Konami announced that an exclusivity agreement was reached with Argentinean side Boca Juniors.[citation needed]

Konami have retained the licence for the AFC Winner League, remaining in the game since its introduction in PES 2014.

The English Premier League and EFL Championship, the Italian Serie A, and the Spanish La Liga appear as unlicensed leagues in the game, as with previous editions. These leagues, however, feature real players. Serie A, referred to in-game as Italian League, have all clubs licensed, except Juventus. Fictional versions of the second divisions in Italy and Spain do not feature in the game, unlike in previous seasons. A freshleague, Thailand's Thai League, was announced on 4 September.[year needed][citation needed]

Other licensed clubs

Twelve additional clubs are licensed in the game without being partnered with and without their league being licensed in the game. These are Brazilian club RB Brasil, Croatians Dinamo Zagreb, Czech side Slavia Prague, German side Bayer Leverkusen, the Greek quartet of AEK Athens, Olympiacos, Panathinaikos and PAOK, Romanian side FCSB, Ukraine's gigantictwo of Dynamo Kyiv and Shakhtar Donetsk and the Swedish team Malmö FF.

Argentine club Guillermo Brown and German squad Borussia Dortmund and RB Leipzig does not appear in the game, despite appearing in PES 2018 as additionally licensed clubs.

Official Club Partnerships

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Stadiums

Licensed

PES Originals

Commentary

Reception

In Japan, Winning Eleven 2019 sold 187,453 copies as of January 2018. In the United Kingdom, PES 2019 opened at number-one on the programsales chart, but opening-week sales were down 42% compared to PES 2018.

Pro Evolution Soccer 2019 has get positive reviews. On Metacritic, the PlayStation 4 version has a metascore of 79 based on 53 reviews, indicating "generally favorable reviews". The game generally get praise for its gameplay, but criticism for its lack of licenses. GameSpot rated it 9 out of 10, stating that it angry "brilliant strides on the pitch, building on what was already an incredibly satisfying game of football to produce one of the greatest playing football games of all time." IGN rated it 8.2 out of 10, stating that its "focus on individual brilliance brings players to life and gives the game an extra dimension of authenticity."

Accolades

Year Award Category Result Ref
2018 Game Critics Awards Best Sports Game Nominated
Gamescom Nominated
Golden Joystick Awards Best Competitive Game Nominated
The Game Awards 2018 Best Sports/Racing Nominated
Titanium Awards Best Sports/Driving Game Nominated
2019 National Academy of Video Game Trade Reviewers Awards Game, Franchise Sports Nominated
Performance in a Sports Game (Peter Drury and Jim Beglin) Nominated
Italian Video Game Awards People's Choice Nominated
Best Sport Game Nominated

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Pro Evolution Soccer 2019
PlayStation 4 cover of the game featuring FC Barcelona player Philippe Coutinho
Developer(s)PES ProductionsPublisher(s)KonamiDirector(s)Yoshikatsu OgiharaSeriesPro Evolution SoccerEngineFox Engine
Unreal Engine 4 (Android, iOS)
Havok (physics engine) (Android, iOS Chinese ver.)Platform(s)Microsoft Windows
PlayStation 4
Xbox One
Android
iOSRelease
  • NA: 28 August 2018
  • WW: 30 August 2018
Android, iOS
  • NA: 13 December 2018
  • WW: 15 December 2018
Genre(s)SportsMode(s)Single-player, multiplayer
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