Eu espero é que arranjem forma de facilitar a edição de equipamentos e o crçs, como sempre deu (inclusive dava no pes 2015 para PS3, mas no mesmo jogo para a PS4 já não dá) e que agora não dá na PS4 … ou melhor, até dá pelo que li prai, mas têm de ser instalados os ficheiros num utilizador novo, etc etc etc, e parece que fica na mesma com alguns problemas nomeadamente online … não dá pa simplesmente colocar um OF, ou ter as imagens na consola e editar manualmente … isto é muitooooooo importante num jogo como o PES que tem muitas equipas não licenciadas.
A Sony numa qualquer actualização de software que permita passar imagens pa consola e a Konami num qualquer patch, têm de resolver isto rapidamente nas versões PS4.
Andava eu a jogar PES 2015 na PS3 com as equipas todas direitinhas, com os seus equipamentos etc, e quando penso que ao passar para a PS4 a coisa vai ser melhor porque afinal de contas é uma consola superior e tal, eis que me deparo com muita burrice, sendo uma delas essa de não dar pa passar imagens, e no PES 2015 não dar para adicionar imagens no modo edit … agora ando a jogar PES contra muitas equipas com equipamentos de treta, nomes de treta, logos de treta, enfim.
KONAMI AND UEFA ANNOUNCE NEW THREE-YEAR DEAL AS PES SERIES RETAINS EXCLUSIVE RIGHTS TO EUROPE’S GREATEST CLUB FOOTBALL COMPETITIONS
Konami Digital Entertainment B.V. has extended its agreement to exclusively feature the UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League elements in forthcoming PES (Pro Evolution Soccer) titles for another three years.
KONAMI and UEFA has enjoyed a close relationship since the original agreement was signed in 2009 and the new partnership will allow KONAMI to use all iconography and presentation elements associated with the competitions exclusively within the PES series. The UEFA Champions League is Europe’s greatest club football competition and will be fully featured in all versions of the game for the next three years. All versions of the game will also feature official logos for the competitions across its packaging.
The agreement allows KONAMI to feature both the UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League club competitions within its many options, with both featured as individual modes or within the larger season overview upon qualification - with the UEFA Super Cup featured within the iconic Master League mode. The PES series is widely regarded as the most realistic football simulation available, with its most recent PES 2015 iteration winning awards such as IGN’s ‘Sports Game of the Year 2014’ and ‘Best Sports Game 2014’ at Europe’s prestige gamescom exhibition.
"The UEFA Champions League is the biggest prize in club football and we are delighted to have extended our exclusive agreement with UEFA to feature it in the PES series,” commented Sean Ratcliffe, European Brand Director at Konami Digital Entertainment B.V. “In the past six years we have worked closely with UEFA creating the PES Virtual UEFA Champions League as a global online version of the real thing, and this year’s UEFA Champions League final in Berlin played host to the climax of the 2015 PES season as the 25 best players from all over the globe gathered to determine the winner. The grand finals were held within the dedicated PlayStation site in the UEFA Champions Festival event taking place at the legendary Brandenburg Gate, with the two finalist also taking part in an exclusive special exhibition match which was played pitch side in the lead up to the final itself in the iconic Olympiastadion. These are exciting times for the PES series.”
“We are very pleased to continue and extend our working partnership with KONAMI. This new cycle provides an opportunity to build an even closer working relationship, allowing us to activate in new and exciting ways over the next 3 years” commented Guy Laurent-Epstein - Marketing Director UEFA Events S.A. “We are delighted that future iterations of the series will continue to feature the UEFA Champions League and the UEFA Europa League as we also look forward to extending other areas of co-operation.”
Fresh Gameplay – Exciting advancements reaffirming the PES series as having the No.1 gameplay
Advanced Collision System – The physicality of the modern game has been realised in PES 2016 with a significantly improved collision system, calculating how players interact, creating a unique outcome depending on type of impact.
Aerial Strength – With the new physicality system, aerial battles are a completely unique experience this year. Use the left stick to battle the opposition to disrupt a larger more powerful player, or find the best position to make the header/volley.
1v1 Control – In PES 2016 the 1v1 player control have been enhanced, offering a wide range of movements with the existing controls. Response times have been improved allowing players to manoeuvre in tight situations, which also benefits the upgraded feint moves that allow sudden directional change that can cause defenders to lose their balance. The 1 on 1 situations now offer a great leap in exciting table-turning outcomes. Just as the real pitch offers opportunities for those brave enough to perform, players can pull off precise action, flexibly manoeuvre and pull away from the defender. Technique and timing lead to the defender to lose his balance, and creates great chances just as you pictured
Perfect Defence – Performing a tackle at the perfect time will powerfully shove the player out of the way to secure the ball. The ball will immediately be yours, creating direct turnarounds and counter opportunities.
Intelligent Player AI – 2-3 player combination play will be available by the improved concept of team strategy, which depends on the type of tactic you set for your team. Players no longer are reliant on manually triggering a 1-2, with teammates intelligently running off passes into space.
Goal Keeper ID – In a bid to improve quality and add unique individuality in performance, new goal keeper parameters have been added, that now vary in Catching, Clearance, Collapsing and Deflecting. This adds character to the players, who you can count on catching the ball rather than punching, or are better at stopping close range shots.
Celebration Control – New for the series, players have full control over goal celebrations to maximize their excitement when scoring! Prompts appear after a goal to trigger a trademark celebration, or unique actions at the press of a button.
Fundamental Changes – New significant improvements across key modes and features
New Mater League – The famous and hugely popular Master League sees a total revamp, allowing users to immerse themselves in the managerial world of soccer. Every element has been redesigned or reworked, from the vibrant and involving menus to the new and exciting player transfer system, PES 2016 see one of the series most integral modes redefine the single player experience.
New Visuals – Incorporating the many advancements of Fox Engine the visuals have seen a huge upgrade. See the rain splash as players slide in to win possession, or the turf kick up as you strike the ball into the top corner. New night-time lighting and real turf textures add to some of the many improvements.
Dynamic Weather – For the first time in the PES series dynamic weather has been introduced, with the chance of rain starting during the game. Combined with the ever more realistic ball physics, the rain changes how the game can be played with passes speeding up, and players less skilled to struggle with trapping. The defender taken by the 1 on 1 will be covered with pitch blades by slipping and falling. This feature is applied to all offline modes including the Master League, becoming an important element to decide the outcome of the match.
Human Motion – Seeking to humanize player movement, 3x new animations have been added to bring the in-game superstars to life. Goalkeepers have seen an abundance of save animations added, while outfield players shoot, pass, dribble and tackle in a countless variety depending on the situation. Players complain when a foul isn’t given, or lament a teammate when a pass isn’t made when in open space. The new 1v1 control also benefits from this, with players being able to fool their opponents with shimmies and feints, that can result in causing the opposing player to lose his balance and fall in the wrong direction!
New Ball Physics – The past few years has seen the series make huge advancements in ball physics, and for PES 2016 new levels of realism have been reached. Each spin, bobble and ricochet has been calculated using real ball physic data, helping keep every moment in every game unique and unpredictable.
Quality Improvements – Many important elements are upgraded per fan feedback.
myClub – Since the launch of the mode in PES 2015, myClub has been updated on a weekly basis, and now have been further improved based on user feedback for PES 2016. The enhancement will introduce player level systems, and players exclusive to the mode. Use GP acquired through matches or myClub coins to experience realistic club management combined with players to strive to be stronger in your squad. Choose the manager, consider coaches, and build the strategy based on what you aim with your team. Build Your Team, Create Your legacy!
Dynamic Wide Camera Angle – The new angle gives you a larger field of view, allowing you to better plan and adjust your players to compete in aerial battles, or see the intelligent runs being made thanks to Intelligent Player AI. Depending on where the ball is on the pitch, the camera will tilt and zoom in/out to make sure the user has the best view possible during the match.
Commentary – New commentators have been introduced for both UK and Germany, with Peter Drury and Marco Hagemann joining the PES team. An abundance of new lines and specific stories have been recorded dedicated for Master League, responding to player transfers, player growth and team performance.
PS4 Image Importing – Edit mode is synonymous with the PES series, and further updates have been made to this hugely popular mode. PS4 (and PS3) users are now able to import images into the game perfectly replicating any team kit or emblem the user wishes – including managers
O jogo sai em Setembro 15 e 17 (depende das regiões).
Deduzo pelo que esta escrito que não vai existir novamente possiblidade de partilhar OF (se não seria certamente referido), porém é dito será mais fácil editar as equipas.Menos mal suponho.
De qualquer forma a solução para este problema não era complicado, mas claro esta…necessitava de trabalho por parte da Konami, algo que parece que não estão para ai virados.
Muitas novidades, estou expectante para ver o Goal Keeper Id.
O player ID é um aspecto onde o PES é claramente superior ao FIFA na forma como personaliza os movimentos específicos de certos atletas.Espero que isto signifique finalmente uma melhoria nas animações dos guarda redes.
Eu ia lendo e ficando contente com o que ia lendo em termos de gameplay e tal, mas já tava a ver que não haviam notícias sobre o modo edit …
Foi preciso chegar ao último ponto … felizmente vai dar, na PS4 (o que não acontece actualmente), pa importar imagens po jogo de forma a editar os kits !!! Boa caraças … a melhor parte da notícia porque o resto é a tal coisa … escrito parece bem e é tudo muito bonito mas, é preciso ver a coisa em acção.
Falta saber o que vai ter em termos de licenças (tirando a já anunciada renovação em termos de Uefa) … constava prai que vai manter todas as equipas previamente licenciadas e que várias outras equipas seriam igualmente licenciadas, mas ainda não há nada oficial sobre esse tema.
E os estádios pa … ponham muitos mais estádios reais !!! EU QUERO ALVALADE NOVAMENTE NO PES !!!
Parece ser semelhante ao último pes, que de uma pessoa que comprou sempre todos, para mim foi o pior de sempre.
Ate me fez andar a jogar a trampa do fifa, simplesmente ridicula a Konami. O pes perdeu a essencia toda, parece uma cópia barata do fifa…