Konami’s PES 2019 Partners with Russia to Score Exclusive League

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FIFA might be the top soccer (football ) gaming franchise, but publisher Konami is looking to make sure their rival series Pro Evolution Soccer is getting a lead through exclusive contracts. As shown by a recent announcement, PES 2019 will probably be earning seven new leagues with an Russian Premier Liga as a PES exclusive.

According to a recent media release from Konami, you will find seven brand new leagues joining to be featured in PES 2019.  For all you football fans out there, this includes the following:

  • Superliga Argentina
  • Danish Superliga
  • Portugal’s Liga NOS
  • Belgium Guru League
  • Swiss Super League
  • Scotland’s Ladbrokes Premiership
  • Russian Premier Liga

AS mentioned above, the addition of the Russian Premier Liga is going to be the first time that the league has made it into a franchise.

In the event you haven’t been following the information, PES 2019 will be getting two separate bodily editions with two unique superstars on the cover: Phillippe Coutinho on the normal variant of the game, and David Beckham to the special edition. So far as things go, the additional $10 provides a lot of extra electronic goodies.

And seeing Konami take such competitive moves with the game series isn’t quite surprising. Before this month, the gambling mega-publisher demonstrated off a strong fiscal year with strong year-on-year growthPro Evolution Soccer created a cameo in their yearly financial statement, noting the way the PES League World Tour 2018 is establishing hype for the game throughout the summertime. While Metal Gear Survive never obtained a nod, then there were notes on PES‘s stable performance.

Pro Evolution Soccer 2019 comes out on August 28, 2018 in the US (and August 30 internationally ) for PC, PS4, and Xbox One. If this news scored a deadline for you personally, go on and catch the game on Amazon; nonetheless, Pro Evolution Soccer 2018 is available now if you just have to scratch that soccer itch.

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