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eFootball has officially a release date

eFootball, the new incarnation of Konami's football simulator formerly known as Pro Evolution Soccer, finally has an official release date. Players will be able to land on what is a real platform ...
eFootball Konami PES Pro Evolution Soccer Winning Eleven

Konami leaves PES and announces eFootball, its Free-to-Play successor

Conceived in the West under the name of Winning Eleven and renamed Pro Evolution Soccer by us, Konami's football series is ready to change its face again, changing its name again for its next ...

eFootball PES will land on next gen with Unreal Engine

Through a press release and a short dedicated teaser trailer, Konami completely changes the future of eFootball PES. While this year users will only receive an update of the title currently on the market, ...

eFootball PES 2020, Juventus returns to the field with a series of friendlies

Juventus has confirmed that on Saturday 9 May, on the eFootball PES 2020 sporting title, they will face a series of friendlies in the virtual soccer fields. If in this particular historical period, at the moment, ...
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eFootball PES 2020, Ronaldo and other players available in the new pack

Konami today released a new pack for some players present in the video game eFootball PES 2020. In this update we can find some new looks of sportsmen, such as Cristiano Ronaldo, ...

eFootball PES 2020, the Azzurri win the group and fly to the final stage

The hugs after the goals are virtual, but the satisfaction for having achieved the goal is absolutely real: the TIMVISION PES eNational wins their group and qualifies for the final phase of UEFA eEURO ...

eFootball PES 2020 - Review

September for gamers is synonymous with grades, especially with regard to sports titles. It is no coincidence that Konami chose this period to bring eFootball PES 2020 to market, ...

eFootball - Konami announces the new champions of the first championship final

Konami recently unveiled the winners of the eFootball Pro League tournament final. The prestigious tournament is won by AS Monaco after a series of hard-fought finals with the FC Celtic team. But...

Call of Duty: Vanguard, the beta will be open and free for ...

Activision-Blizzard has had a pretty confusing schedule regarding beta weekends for Call of Duty: Vanguard, however during this weekend, ...

Free is Beautiful - Speed ​​Brawl, Tharsis & The Escapists

Today is Thursday and like every week it is time to immerse ourselves in the free news offered by the Epic Games Store. This week, the site ...

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