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It looks like some Pro Evolution Soccer 2015 video footage has leaked out. Start the video at roughly the 1:30 mark to watch about 13 minutes of gameplay.

UPDATE: The video was taken down, but we've updated it with zoomed in footage.

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# 1 KG @ 07/04/14 09:50 AM
Keepers looked pretty dodgy as usual but other than that it looked pretty good to me. Animations looked smoother and there were some new one's, ie Carrick's back-block ~6:17 mark. Once you get past the rush-rush all-out attack of the 2 guys playing you can see what looks to be a decent first code. I'm intrigued.
 
# 2 newtonfb @ 07/04/14 12:36 PM
stupid questions but will PES 15 have a world cup mode...or a generic world tournament mode? I havent played pes in a few years. Thanks
 
# 3 WaddupCouzin @ 07/04/14 12:41 PM
When they said off-screen, they meant WAY off-screen!
 
# 4 LingeringRegime @ 07/04/14 12:56 PM
I hope the speed was set to +2 because that looked way too fast. I will adjust to -2 if that is default.

It looks beautiful though.

I love how the kick power bar looks now, and it seems much faster which is good, leads to more randomness.

But yeah these guys are playing with assisted controls. Surely, they will still have the option for all manual controls again.
 
# 5 tril @ 07/04/14 01:34 PM
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Originally Posted by WaddupCouzin
When they said off-screen, they meant WAY off-screen!
lol... thought the same thing
 
# 6 strawberryshortcake @ 07/04/14 01:43 PM
The guy that captured the PES2015 video has made a "zoomed" in youtube video. It's the same exact video as above but just "zoomed."

 
# 7 fearwhatnow @ 07/05/14 09:44 AM
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Originally Posted by SoAwesome
I like the faster pace because I like to finish my games quickly. I don't have time playing 20 min halves.
Huh?? How does faster pace and game speed affect actual game time?
 
# 8 Ermolli @ 07/05/14 02:18 PM
Overall I liked what I saw but there are several stuff that needs fixing:

- Goalkeepers are still terrible
- Shooting needs to be vastly improved, no first shots, little variation in trajectory and animations
- The free kick bug is still there, if you on't know what it means it's explained here:
Spoiler

- Lack of anticipation and ball and positional awareness at times
- Too much ping-pong passing, the assistance level of passing should be greatly reduced
- Game is too fast

Hope they improve that specially those first two which even bothers me because in their press release they said those were fixed which aren't so far.
 
# 9 PSwagg @ 07/05/14 04:49 PM
im thinking about picking this up this year. but im not sure yet. i enjoy FIFA but i wouldnt mind giving this a shot
 
# 10 bakan723 @ 07/05/14 07:37 PM
Quote:
Originally Posted by fearwhatnow
Huh?? How does faster pace and game speed affect actual game time?
Maybe by faster pace he means... more of back and forth game/being able to create chances easily and actually have a chance of some goals being scored in a short amount of playing time.

Because to me, if they were going to make an actual realistic game in terms of the balance between offence & defense (like PES5/WE9 was somewhat), ppl playing these short games would have have a whole bunch of 0-0 scorelines with not many chances.

From the looks of it, he should be happy. (which isn't surprising, of course)
 
# 11 bxphenom7 @ 07/06/14 01:10 PM
Quote:
Originally Posted by Ermolli
Overall I liked what I saw but there are several stuff that needs fixing:

- Goalkeepers are still terrible
- Shooting needs to be vastly improved, no first shots, little variation in trajectory and animations
- The free kick bug is still there, if you on't know what it means it's explained here:
Spoiler

- Lack of anticipation and ball and positional awareness at times
- Too much ping-pong passing, the assistance level of passing should be greatly reduced
- Game is too fast

Hope they improve that specially those first two which even bothers me because in their press release they said those were fixed which aren't so far.
The goalies were manually controlled at times so can't really tell how improved or not the goalies are.
 
# 12 bxphenom7 @ 07/06/14 01:25 PM
Quote:
Originally Posted by Ermolli
Overall I liked what I saw but there are several stuff that needs fixing:

- Goalkeepers are still terrible
- Shooting needs to be vastly improved, no first shots, little variation in trajectory and animations
- The free kick bug is still there, if you on't know what it means it's explained here:
Spoiler

- Lack of anticipation and ball and positional awareness at times
- Too much ping-pong passing, the assistance level of passing should be greatly reduced
- Game is too fast

Hope they improve that specially those first two which even bothers me because in their press release they said those were fixed which aren't so far.
Also, ping pong passing is just what the players were doing. Even then, they ended up losing the ball a lot. I don't think it'll be a worry. The game does look faster, I hope that's because they changed the setting but if anything, one can change it and look even more realistic. Hope all the other stuff is fixed too. It's pretty decent for first code so I'm excited.
 
# 13 Ermolli @ 07/06/14 01:33 PM
Quote:
Originally Posted by bxphenom7
The goalies were manually controlled at times so can't really tell how improved or not the goalies are.
I know that in some occasions they were but one play that De Gea left the attacker dribble past him without attempting anything was atrocious and enugh to know that those need serious improvements.


Quote:
Originally Posted by bxphenom7
Also, ping pong passing is just what the players were doing. Even then, they ended up losing the ball a lot. I don't think it'll be a worry. The game does look faster, I hope that's because they changed the setting but if anything, one can change it and look even more realistic. Hope all the other stuff is fixed too. It's pretty decent for first code so I'm excited.
But it seemed so easy which in reality it shouldn't be; I don't even know why there's four different passing assistance levels when there isn't much difference between some of them, assisted (which shouldn't be almost 100% accuracy), semi and manual should be enough.
 
# 14 JODYE @ 07/06/14 05:08 PM
I hate videos like this. For one, we have no clue what build this was. Secondly, the players were horrible and the off camera quality was not good.

Game speed I'm not worried about, because that can be tuned.

What I did like, was the responsiveness of player movement, ball control and some of the contact animations that looked really good.

Net physics...not so much lol

Def want to see more before I make any judgement.
 
# 15 Ermolli @ 07/06/14 08:18 PM
Quote:
Originally Posted by 13
I hate videos like this. For one, we have no clue what build this was. Secondly, the players were horrible and the off camera quality was not good.

Game speed I'm not worried about, because that can be tuned.

What I did like, was the responsiveness of player movement, ball control and some of the contact animations that looked really good.

Net physics...not so much lol

Def want to see more before I make any judgement.
Well...the build was from their latest playtest from this last week and the players are supposed to be from their yearly PES World Final tournament which is full of people who exploit the game weakness and only play up-tempo straightforward 4-2-4 with Barcelona so that's that.
 
# 16 LingeringRegime @ 07/06/14 09:06 PM
Quote:
Originally Posted by Ermolli
Well...the build was from their latest playtest from this last week and the players are supposed to be from their yearly PES World Final tournament which is full of people who exploit the game weakness and only play up-tempo straightforward 4-2-4 with Barcelona so that's that.
I saw that video of the last game on the World Finals, and I was so disappointed that they use full assisted controls. I don't understand why these "pro gamers" can't play the game like it is meant to be played with all manual unassisted controls.
 
# 17 globalbeats7 @ 07/07/14 10:15 AM
looks fluid. speed can be adjusted. and ping pong passing can be minimized with assisted passing off. with that said, game looks great.......teammates move off the ball, nice 50/50 battles, balls arent stuck to players feet. im excited to see how the final build shapes up.
 

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