PES 2014 to Utilize Fox Engine, Do All Sorts of Football Things, Avoids WiiU


Konami’s yearly entry into the soccer stadium will be a little more foxy this year with PES 2014. The latest in Pro Evolution Soccer will feature reworked mechanics possible thanks to Konami’s in-house engine, the Fox Engine.

Now what followed in Konami’s Pre-E3 live show was a lot of technical jargon, half of which I’m fairly convinced they made up (Technically speaking, yes it is all made up, but you know what I mean).

For instance, TrueBall allows for slight variations of body weight and positioning that allows you to truly handle the ball…I think. Alternately, their M.A.S.S. (Motion Animation Stability System) recreates a more realistic physical reaction from force to the body.

Other complicated jargon includes: Heart which lets individual players receive advantages from their emotions and stuff (like playing on their home field, or being the shittiest Planateer), and an expanded PES ID which will give you more accurate data on soccer stars, their stats, etc.

So yeah. Look at all the stuff you get in the 2014 version of PES.

Oh and also the game will be out for this generation of consoles (Xbox 360, PS3, PC, and PSP for some reason) while skipping the WiiU, 3DS, and Vita.

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