Pro Evolution Soccer 2018 for Xbox One
Xbox One

Pro Evolution Soccer 2018

Sep 12, 2017
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About this game

Developer: PES Productions
Content Rating: Everyone

Summary

Where Legends Are Made' encapsulates the return of PES, with new features, modes and an unparalleled gameplay experience. Achieve legend status in Pro Evolution Soccer 2018 with these new features: Gameplay Masterclass – Strategic Dribbling, Real Touch+ and new set pieces take the unrivalled gameplay to the next level. Presentation Overhaul – New menus and real player images. PES League Integration – Compete with PES League in new modes including myClub. Online Co-op -A mode dedicated to co-op play is newly added. Make, play and take your clan to the top of the ranks. Random Selection Match – Fan favourite returns with new presentation and features. Master League Upgrade – Experience life as manager with new pre-season tournaments, improved transfer system, presentations and functionality. Enhanced Visual Reality – New lighting, reworked player models and animations covering everything from facial expressions to body movement to bring the game to life

Critic Reviews

15 Reviews
8.07
Michael GoroffOct 06, 2017
Pro Evolution Soccer 2018 is one of the most solid (yet least flashy) sports sims on the market. Every year, PES seems to further carve out its own identity and plant a flag for players who want a deeper, less forgiving, and yet somehow more familiar soccer-playing experience. Everything in PES 2018 is earned, and while some of it still could use some polish, it continues to take steps forward. How long it can withstand the tidal wave of FIFA’s recent successes and licensing dominance, however, remains to be seen.
Bradley RussellSep 11, 2017
Despite minor complaints, PES 2018 is undoubtedly top-of-the-table where it counts: the pitch. This is PES back on form.
Oscar DayusSep 15, 2017
PES 2018, then, is the proverbial game of two halves. Off the field, it's sorely lacking; online modes and server issues leave much to be desired, and the game's presentation as a whole is lagging behind the competition--even if the PES community produces some sterling work in recreating the unlicensed kits every year.

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