In a bold move the Pro Evo team have released a demo of their new game months ahead of its release. I assume this strategy is being used for the simple fact that over the last few years their games sales have plummeted while Fifa’s have increased year on year.
Many reasons have lead to the apparent fall of Pro Evolution Soccer, such as drastic changes to gameplay, game mechanics and even management within the game. Another crucial point is that Pro Evo is released weeks after Fifa is, and usually at this stage no one can afford to have a second football game.
The demo brings a total of eight teams, four international and four clubs. They are England, Germany, Portugal and Italy, plus Santos FC, SC International, Fluminense and Flamengo.
The game's blurb says, "Experience the skill and technique demanded by PES 2013’s total football. As teams fuelled by Pro-Active AI make runs and behave like real players, PES 2013’s all-new Full Control elements give you total control over every move – with fully manual shooting meaning that no two goals will be the same."
“Player ID then adds further depth, as the best players move and behave just like their real-life counterparts.”
. I for one will be downloading this demo because, we here at KJBCast believe that demo’s are a great idea for the industry and we can’t understand why more games don’t use them.