Konami recently changed PES 2022 to eFootball, a rebrand that marks a sea change for one of the most popular sports series ever. Expected on September 30, 2021, on PlayStation, Xbox, PC, and mobile devices, the game has recently shown itself in a first unofficial gameplay video, which has sparked the wrath of many long-time fans due to bad animations, bugs, and unrealistic ball physics.
eFootball was announced on July 21 and immediately captured the interest of fans due to its free-to-play nature. Konami recently confirmed that the game will debut on September 30 with nine teams available and only one mode and that new content will be added periodically across all platforms. Despite the good premises, the first gameplay video shows a game with obvious technical problems, and as you can see, many fans did not appreciate the direction chosen by Konami.
Despite the various problems of a technical nature and the skepticism of the community, the gameplay does not seem too far from that of PES 2021, and it must still be taken into account that the one shown is a preliminary version of the game. Fortunately, on September 30, all fans will get an idea pad in hand since eFootball will be available for free on PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, PC, Android, and iOS.