Pro Evolution Soccer 2017

PES 2017

Pro Evolution Soccer 2017 is a sports game, a football simulator, released by Konami, from Japan. Contrary to its rival franchise - FIFA by Electronic Arts - Pro Evolution Soccer doesn't have the license of the International Football Federation, but makes it up with licenses for the Champions League, Europe League, and Europe Supercup. The 2017 edition introduces a slew of novelties, available only on the 8th generation consoles - PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. These are, among others, the Precise Pass system, responsible for behavior of the ball during passes, or Real Touch - the way the players control the ball. The game also allows setting advanced tactics and immediate changing of the attitude of our team from offensive into defensive. Pro Evolution Soccer 2017 offers different game modes for single and multiplayer. myClub makes a comeback in this part - building your own team - and Master League, with an overhauled system for negotiation transfers. Just like last year, the visuals were provided by Fox Engine.

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PC / Windows
Game Pro Evolution Soccer 2017 (PC) Cover
Pro Evolution Soccer 2017

Pro Evolution Soccer 2017 | PC

Sports, Football, multiplayer, for 2 people, splitscreen

Companies responsible for Pro Evolution Soccer 2017

Konami | game developer

Konami | publisher   Official website

Pro Evolution Soccer 2017 release date for PC:

game language:
English

13 September 2016 | Worldwide

15 September 2016 | Europe

13 September 2016 | USA

Game mode: single / multiplayer , multiplayer mode: Internet / common screen
Game score 5.1 / 10 calculated out of 838 players' votes.  
Expectations before the premiere: 8.0 / 10 calculated out of 417 players' votes.  

Pro Evolution Soccer 2017 for PC / Windows is Konami’s answer to FIFA 17. The Japanese publisher doesn’t own FIFA’s license, so most of the clubs and players in the game function under imaginative names, although the developers have paid great attention to rendering the players realistically, so that there’s no problem in telling the super players from the rookies. Konami does, however, own the license for Champions League, Europe League, and Europe Supercup, which can’t be found in FIFA. The version for PC / Windows is significantly different than the edition for past-generation consoles in terms of graphics and technical nuisances, since the project was much more advanced on curent-gen consoles and PCs.

Mechanics

The developers aimed to render football games as realistically as possible, but not without arcade and strategy elements, which is the series’ tradition. Compared to the 2015’s edition, there are a lot of upgrades in PES 17. One of them is called „Precise Pass”, and controls the behavior of the ball during passes. The system requires precision; the ball has to be passed at the right moment, and the player must be positioned well. „Real Touch” determines the way that different players control the ball. The changes are not limited to the ball – the developer has introduced some changes in the tactical layer as well. Apart from „Advanced Instructions” – a system for drawing up advanced strategy – it’s also possible to change the behavior of the whole team from offensive to defensive, thanks to “Total Team Control”, which allows the players to instantly react to changing conditions of the game. There are more possibilities during corner kicks now, and the goalkeepers have received sets of new animations, moves, and behaviors, which makes them probably the most demanding GKs in the history of the series.

Game modes

In Pro Evolution Soccer 2017 there are many different variants of single- and multiplayer modes. Among them is of course myClub, which is about building your own team and competing against other players or the AI. During the game you can depend on scouts, who are needed for making deals with footballers. Apart from that, it’s also good to analyze opponents’ stats, since it can help to choose the best strategy. There also is the Master League mode (obviously) which is a regular season mode, seasoned with a couple novelties such as upgraded negotiation and transfer system, and more diversified player development mechanics. These elements are complimented by an overhauled tutorial and many different training modes, allowing both the new players, and the veterans to polish their skills.

Technical aspects

Same as last year, the Fox Engine was used for the development of PES 17 for PC / Windows. The same engine was used in Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain, but many elements have been updated, including lighting, player models, stadiums, and spectators. Many new animations have also been added.

Sony PlayStation 4
Game Pro Evolution Soccer 2017 (PS4) Cover
Pro Evolution Soccer 2017

Pro Evolution Soccer 2017 | PS4

Sports, Football, multiplayer, for 2 people, splitscreen

Companies responsible for Pro Evolution Soccer 2017

Konami | game developer

Konami | publisher   Official website

Pro Evolution Soccer 2017 release date for PS4:

game language:
English

13 September 2016 | Worldwide

15 September 2016 | Europe PAL

13 September 2016 | USA NTSC

Game mode: single / multiplayer , multiplayer mode: Internet / common screen
Game score 7.2 / 10 calculated out of 520 players' votes.  
Expectations before the premiere: 6.2 / 10 calculated out of 298 players' votes.  

Pro Evolution Soccer 2017 for PlayStation 4 is Konami’s answer to FIFA 17. The Japanese publisher doesn’t own FIFA’s license, so most of the clubs and players in the game function under imaginative names, although the developers have paid great attention to rendering the players realistically, so that there’s no problem in telling the super players from the rookies. Konami does, however, own the license for Champions League, Europe League, and Europe Supercup, which can’t be found in FIFA. The version for PlayStation 4 is significantly different than the edition for past-generation consoles in terms of graphics and technical nuisances, since the project was much more advanced on curent-gen consoles and PCs.

Mechanics

The developers aimed to render football games as realistically as possible, but not without arcade and strategy elements, which is the series’ tradition. Compared to the 2015’s edition, there are a lot of upgrades in PES 17. One of them is called „Precise Pass”, and controls the behavior of the ball during passes. The system requires precision; the ball has to be passed at the right moment, and the player must be positioned well. „Real Touch” determines the way that different players control the ball. The changes are not limited to the ball – the developer has introduced some changes in the tactical layer as well. Apart from „Advanced Instructions” – a system for drawing up advanced strategy – it’s also possible to change the behavior of the whole team from offensive to defensive, thanks to “Total Team Control”, which allows the players to instantly react to changing conditions of the game. There are more possibilities during corner kicks now, and the goalkeepers have received sets of new animations, moves, and behaviors, which makes them probably the most demanding GKs in the history of the series.

Game modes

In Pro Evolution Soccer 2017 there are many different variants of single- and multiplayer modes. Among them is of course myClub, which is about building your own team and competing against other players or the AI. During the game you can depend on scouts, who are needed for making deals with footballers. Apart from that, it’s also good to analyze opponents’ stats, since it can help to choose the best strategy. There also is the Master League mode (obviously) which is a regular season mode, seasoned with a couple novelties such as upgraded negotiation and transfer system, and more diversified player development mechanics. These elements are complimented by an overhauled tutorial and many different training modes, allowing both the new players, and the veterans to polish their skills.

Technical aspects

Same as last year, the Fox Engine was used for the development of PES 17 for PlayStation 4. The same engine was used in Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain, but many elements have been updated, including lighting, player models, stadiums, and spectators. Many new animations have also been added.

Microsoft XBOX ONE
Game Pro Evolution Soccer 2017 (XONE) Cover
Pro Evolution Soccer 2017

Pro Evolution Soccer 2017 | XBOX ONE

Sports, Football, multiplayer, for 2 people, splitscreen

Companies responsible for Pro Evolution Soccer 2017

Konami | game developer

Konami | publisher   Official website

Pro Evolution Soccer 2017 release date for XBOX ONE:

game language:
English

13 September 2016 | Worldwide

15 September 2016 | Europe PAL

13 September 2016 | USA NTSC

Game mode: single / multiplayer , multiplayer mode: Internet / common screen
Game score 8.6 / 10 calculated out of 313 players' votes.  
Expectations before the premiere: 8.6 / 10 calculated out of 122 players' votes.  

Pro Evolution Soccer 2017 for Xbox One is Konami’s answer to FIFA 17. The Japanese publisher doesn’t own FIFA’s license, so most of the clubs and players in the game function under imaginative names, although the developers have paid great attention to rendering the players realistically, so that there’s no problem in telling the super players from the rookies. Konami does, however, own the license for Champions League, Europe League, and Europe Supercup, which can’t be found in FIFA. The version for Xbox One is significantly different than the edition for past-generation consoles in terms of graphics and technical nuisances, since the project was much more advanced on curent-gen consoles and PCs.

Mechanics

The developers aimed to render football games as realistically as possible, but not without arcade and strategy elements, which is the series’ tradition. Compared to the 2015’s edition, there are a lot of upgrades in PES 17. One of them is called „Precise Pass”, and controls the behavior of the ball during passes. The system requires precision; the ball has to be passed at the right moment, and the player must be positioned well. „Real Touch” determines the way that different players control the ball. The changes are not limited to the ball – the developer has introduced some changes in the tactical layer as well. Apart from „Advanced Instructions” – a system for drawing up advanced strategy – it’s also possible to change the behavior of the whole team from offensive to defensive, thanks to “Total Team Control”, which allows the players to instantly react to changing conditions of the game. There are more possibilities during corner kicks now, and the goalkeepers have received sets of new animations, moves, and behaviors, which makes them probably the most demanding GKs in the history of the series.

Game modes

In Pro Evolution Soccer 2017 there are many different variants of single- and multiplayer modes. Among them is of course myClub, which is about building your own team and competing against other players or the AI. During the game you can depend on scouts, who are needed for making deals with footballers. Apart from that, it’s also good to analyze opponents’ stats, since it can help to choose the best strategy. There also is the Master League mode (obviously) which is a regular season mode, seasoned with a couple novelties such as upgraded negotiation and transfer system, and more diversified player development mechanics. These elements are complimented by an overhauled tutorial and many different training modes, allowing both the new players, and the veterans to polish their skills.

Technical aspects

Same as last year, the Fox Engine was used for the development of PES 17 for Xbox One. The same engine was used in Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain, but many elements have been updated, including lighting, player models, stadiums, and spectators. Many new animations have also been added.

Sony PlayStation 3
Game Pro Evolution Soccer 2017 (PS3) Cover
Pro Evolution Soccer 2017

Pro Evolution Soccer 2017 | PS3

Sports, Football, multiplayer, for 2 people, splitscreen

Companies responsible for Pro Evolution Soccer 2017

Konami | game developer

Konami | publisher   Official website

Pro Evolution Soccer 2017 release date for PS3:

game language:
English

13 September 2016 | Worldwide

15 September 2016 | Europe PAL

13 September 2016 | USA NTSC

Game mode: single / multiplayer , multiplayer mode: Internet / common screen
Expectations: 8.5 / 10 calculated out of 75 players' votes.  

Pro Evolution Soccer 2017 for PlayStation 3 is another installment in Konami’s football series. During the recent years the game is mostly being developed with Xbox One and PlayStation 4 in mind: on the current-gen consoles there are many updates every year – graphics, physics, AI, etc. On the past-gen consoles, the situation is much different, because for the most part, this is just PES 16 with updated squads. Most current-gen’s novelties, such as “Precise Pass” or “Real Touch” are nowhere to be found.

Mechanics

The developers aimed to render football games as realistically as possible, but not without arcade and strategy elements, which is the series’ tradition. There are more possibilities during corner kicks now, and the goalkeepers have received sets of new animations, moves, and behaviors, which makes them probably the most demanding GKs in the history of the series.

Game modes

In Pro Evolution Soccer 2017 there are many different variants of single- and multiplayer modes. Among them is of course myClub, which is about building your own team and competing against other players or the AI. During the game you can depend on scouts, who are needed for making deals with footballers. Apart from that, it’s also good to analyze opponents’ stats, since it can help to choose the best strategy. There also is the Master League mode (obviously) which is a regular season mode, seasoned with a couple novelties such as upgraded negotiation and transfer system, and more diversified player development mechanics. These elements are complimented by an overhauled tutorial and many different training modes, allowing both the new players, and the veterans to polish their skills.

Technical aspects

Same as last year, the Fox Engine was used for the development of PES 17 for PlayStation 3. The same engine was used in Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain, but many elements have been updated, including lighting, player models, stadiums, and spectators. Many new animations have also been added.

Microsoft Xbox 360
Game Pro Evolution Soccer 2017 (X360) Cover
Pro Evolution Soccer 2017

Pro Evolution Soccer 2017 | XBOX 360

Sports, Football, multiplayer, for 2 people, splitscreen

Companies responsible for Pro Evolution Soccer 2017

Konami | game developer

Konami | publisher   Official website

Pro Evolution Soccer 2017 release date for XBOX 360:

game language:
English

13 September 2016 | Worldwide

15 September 2016 | Europe PAL

13 September 2016 | USA NTSC

Game mode: single / multiplayer , multiplayer mode: Internet / common screen
Expectations: 8.6 / 10 calculated out of 77 players' votes.  

Pro Evolution Soccer 2017 for Xbox 360 is another installment in Konami’s football series. During the recent years the game is mostly being developed with Xbox One and PlayStation 4 in mind: on the current-gen consoles there are many updates every year – graphics, physics, AI, etc. On the past-gen consoles, the situation is much different, because for the most part, this is just PES 16 with updated squads. Most current-gen’s novelties, such as “Precise Pass” or “Real Touch” are nowhere to be found.

Mechanics

The developers aimed to render football games as realistically as possible, but not without arcade and strategy elements, which is the series’ tradition. There are more possibilities during corner kicks now, and the goalkeepers have received sets of new animations, moves, and behaviors, which makes them probably the most demanding GKs in the history of the series.

Game modes

In Pro Evolution Soccer 2017 there are many different variants of single- and multiplayer modes. Among them is of course myClub, which is about building your own team and competing against other players or the AI. During the game you can depend on scouts, who are needed for making deals with footballers. Apart from that, it’s also good to analyze opponents’ stats, since it can help to choose the best strategy. There also is the Master League mode (obviously) which is a regular season mode, seasoned with a couple novelties such as upgraded negotiation and transfer system, and more diversified player development mechanics. These elements are complimented by an overhauled tutorial and many different training modes, allowing both the new players, and the veterans to polish their skills.

Technical aspects

Same as last year, the Fox Engine was used for the development of PES 17 for Xbox 360. The same engine was used in Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain, but many elements have been updated, including lighting, player models, stadiums, and spectators. Many new animations have also been added.

PEGI Rating

Age rating. The PEGI rating considers the age suitability of a game, not the level of difficulty.

System requirements

Recommended: Intel Core i3 530 2.93 GHz/ AMD Phenom II X4 925 2.8 GHz, 2 GB, graphic card 1 GB GeForce GTX 260/Radeon HD 4850 or better, 8 GB HDD, Windows Vista(SP2)/7/(SP1)/8/8.1/10
Minimum: Intel Core 2 Duo 1.8 GHz/AMD Athlon II X2 240 2.8 GHz, 1 GB, graphic card 1 GB GeForce 8800 GT/Radeon X1600 or better, 8 GB HDD, Windows Vista(SP2)/7/(SP1)/8/8.1/10

Pro Evolution Soccer 2017 gamescom 2016 - trailer

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