Among the most played sports simulators are undoubtedly those of football, the king sport in countries such as Mexico or Spain. And although there are defenders of many proposals the two most important are year after year FIFA and PES. Konami today launched the latest member of its games catalog, PES 2019 Pro Evolution Soccer.
This football game for Android arrives at the Google store for free although as expected you will have purchases within the application, thus being monetized.
New graphic engine and more players
One of the biggest novelties of this title is the use of Unreal Engine 4 for graphics, an engine capable of offering a very powerful graphic quality.
The licenses are also added to be able to use the names of more players, such as Beckham, Maradona, Cruyff, Nedved, Gullit, Maldini or Kahn. The same goes for leagues and soccer teams.
How to play
When we install the game, it will ask us to say the graphic quality in which we want it to be reproduced, so that it adapts to our mobile. It will also ask us to choose the type of control we want to use, the traditional one with on-screen buttons or another more advanced one. This can be modified later.
We will have to create our team, sign a coach, a scout and of course get better players every time. Once that is done we will start playing.
We can play local matches, online and international competitions depending on our level, so that they always match us with rivals of the same category.
Great atmosphere and animations
The control of the ball is very simple and the buttons indicate what we have to press for action that we want to execute, such as passing, shooting or making an entry. When we knock on the door we even show the repetition so that we can see it quietly.
The game is available in several languages, among which is Spanish, so language will not be an impediment for those who do not handle English. It also links to your Google Play Games account to save progress.
It is appreciated that if we played PES 2018 all the progress of that game is maintained in this new version, which encourages not to remove it at any time. Of course, it needs to adapt to new screens that do not follow the old 16: 9 ratio.