Konami today confirmed the release date for its FIFA rival. Fans of the Pro Evolution Soccer franchise have long been waiting for the new title to arrive. While they have known that one was in the pipeline, Konami hadn’t confirmed when it would be released. It has finally confirmed the Pro Evolution Soccer 2018 release date for PC and consoles.


Konami confirmed today that Pro Evolution Soccer 2018 is going to be released on September 12th for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. The game will also be making its way to Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 so last-generation console owners will be able to get in on the action as well.

The upcoming title brings online co-op modes as well as user interface improvements. It also has integrated PES League across all of its online modes. This includes a new co-cop mode limited to 2v2 and 3v3 matches with local guest support.

Those who prefer the team managing experience called Master League will see more immersive content such as pre-match interviews. Overall gameplay improvements have been made as well which will be visible throughout the entire game.

Only a trailer has been shared with the public so far. Konami is likely going to release the gameplay trailer at or around E3 2017 next month.

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