Pro Evolution Soccer 2021 – eFootball PES 2021 [ 35 GB ]

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Minimum System Requirements
  • Processor: Core i5-2nd Gen
  • Graphics Card: 1 GB DDR5 Dx12
  • RAM: 4 GB
Setup Info
  • Genre: Football, Soccer
  • Release Year: 2020
  • Setup Size: 35 GB
  • Setup Price: Rs. 100
  • Installation Price: Rs. 250

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Pro Evolution Soccer 2021 – eFootball PES 2021 (eFootball Pro Evolution Soccer 2020) is a football simulation video game developed by PES Productions and published by Konami for Microsoft WindowsPlayStation 4Xbox OneAndroid and IOS. The game is the 19th installment in the eFootball Pro Evolution Soccer series and was launched worldwide on 10 September 2019, and was launched in Japan on 12 September 2019. The new game features a name change with the addition of ‘eFootball’ within the title, symbolizing a push in the online gaming space with a focus on eFootball Pro tournaments. Lionel Messi returns as the cover star of the standard edition, since his last appearance on the cover of Pro Evolution Soccer 2011, alongside Pro Evolution Soccer ambassadors Serge GnabryMiralem Pjanić and Scott McTominay, each representing one of the game’s partner clubs.[2] Ronaldinho was featured on the cover of the legend edition.

The mobile version reached 300 million downloads by June 2020.

Club partnerships

Barcelona

A renewed agreement between Konami and Barcelona was announced, demonstrating a continued relationship with the Catalan club. Together with this announcement, it was also confirmed that a special Barcelona edition will be released.[4]

Manchester United

Manchester United and Konami announced an agreement which would see the club, its stadiums and players recreated within the game. The current squad have also been created using a full-body 3D scanning process, providing players of the game with ultra-realistic avatars.[5]

Bayern Munich

After the announcement of the demo — which came out on 30 July 2019,[6] FC Bayern Munich was announced as an official partner club.[7] Players will have the full experience with authentic kits, full 3D scanned players and, exclusively, Bayern’s home ground, Allianz Arena.

Juventus

Juventus signed an exclusive partnership with the game, which will see it includes the club kits, player names and stadium with realistic likeness in-game and also making it the first time in 25 years that the FIFA series will not hold the license for the club. As a result, the club was known in FIFA 20 as “Piemonte Calcio”. [8]

Arsenal

On 28 June 2019, Arsenal announced a 3-year extension to their partnership with Konami, which would see a highly detailed recreation of Emirates Stadium, as well as access to club legends and first-team players.[9]

AS Monaco

In July 2018, AS Monaco partnered with Konami for PES 2019. They renewed this agreement in 2020, which includes all access to real players and their stadium. The French version of the game also features Radamel Falcao and Philippe Coutinho.[10]

Celtic

Celtic first appeared as a licensed club in PES 2019 and have renewed their contract with Konami for the 2021 Season Update. This means players will have full access to their kits, emblem, players, and stadium.[11]

Game modes

Included for the first time in the PES series, there is a new game mode called Matchday Mode. Players around the world will help their team to glory one match at a time in the new Matchday mode. Konami will choose an important match or derby game each week, players will then be able to decide which team they want to represent on Matchday.[12]

Master League has also received a number of revamps, most notably containing a story-like progression, with all-new cutscenes taking place in staff meetings, training sessions or press conferences, as well as objectives to be accomplished based on replies given by the player on those cutscenes.

Data Pack 7 was released on 4 June 2020. The update was related to UEFA Euro 2020 and the content included the official kits and player likenesses for all 55 officially licensed UEFA teams. Update also includes 5 out of 12 venues of 2020 tournament, as well as the official match ball.[13]

Teams

Competitions

Nineteen leagues are fully licensed in the game. All the teams in these leagues feature real players, kits and logos, although a minority of the players in the Brazilian leagues still appear with generic names.[14] Three new league licenses were obtained: the Italian Serie A, Italian Serie B (unlicensed at launch), and the Brazilian Campeonato Brasileiro Série B.[15][14]

Konami have retained the license for the AFC Champions League, remaining in the game since its introduction in PES 2014.[14] With this, debutants for 2019 AFC Champions LeagueGyeongnamAl ZawraaDaegu and Johor Darul Ta’zim also appear for the first time in this franchise.

The English Premier League (with the exceptions of Manchester United and Arsenal), EFL Championship, Spanish La Liga (except for Barcelona and Mallorca) and Segunda División will appear as unlicensed leagues in the game. These leagues will, however, feature real players.[14] Serie A have all clubs licensed, except Brescia.

Thai League 1 and Chinese Super League are also included.[16]

Leagues

Fully Licensed