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The first details for PES 2016 is scheduled to release in June, according to PESEditBlog.

They also mention the PES team is focused on acquiring more licensed teams and leagues than ever before. In fact, some of them have never been seen before in the series.

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# 1 SVCbearcat10 @ 04/30/15 04:28 PM
I'm watching this very closely. It's awesome to see some legitimate competition for FIFA. If they can add the licenses and improve the graphics, EA is going to be in some trouble. I expect some big improvements from FIFA this year as well.
 
# 2 bxphenom7 @ 04/30/15 05:43 PM
My expectations are through the roof for this game, good to hear!
 
# 3 Turbojugend @ 04/30/15 06:42 PM
They'll probably never get the EPL license in our lifetime, EA will make sure of that. However, I could see them pulling a coup and getting the MLS license, even if it's not exclusive it would go a long way toward breaking PES into the NA market. Hell, put USL and NASL in there for good measure.
 
# 4 HenryClay1844 @ 04/30/15 07:05 PM
PES must ,must, focus on realism and expand their career mode system. EA and FIFA are very vulnerable right now, but I"m afraid PES is looking at FUT with envy and hoping to get their share from people who already bought the game. They also must improve their edit mode to allow for internet-based editing and image downloading. Not being able to edit the EPL and others will continue to hurt them otherwise.
 
# 5 Shady862 @ 04/30/15 09:24 PM
Should be interesting with he Konami/Kojima situation. This used the FOX engine. I assume they can use it for the 2016 game seeing as its already in development. A shame Konami is killing that relationship.
 
# 6 KennyJ1976 @ 04/30/15 09:52 PM
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Originally Posted by HenryClay1844
PES must ,must, focus on realism and expand their career mode system. EA and FIFA are very vulnerable right now, but I"m afraid PES is looking at FUT with envy and hoping to get their share from people who already bought the game. They also must improve their edit mode to allow for internet-based editing and image downloading. Not being able to edit the EPL and others will continue to hurt them otherwise.
It's good to see PES going after more licenses, but I agree, the edit mode should be one of their main priorities. Without option files, having an improved edit mode and giving gamers the option to share it could make or break the game this year. The average gamer is not going to edit the game themselves so they just won't buy it no matter how much improved everything else is.
 
# 7 dubcity @ 04/30/15 10:08 PM
I'm thinking they could add Liga MX, or maybe whichever South American leagues they don't have. Don't see them bothering with MLS. Throw in more licensed national teams and stadiums and I'll be happy.
 
# 8 jpollack34 @ 04/30/15 10:45 PM
They have to just keep doing what they are doing. PES2015 was excellent where it matters most, gameplay. Keep expanding the edit mode, and be mod friendly... Licenses are not so important. Focus on gameplay like they did with 2015 and everything else will fall into place.
 
# 9 DC1980 @ 04/30/15 11:20 PM
Give us the J-League already
 
# 10 DatIsraeliGuy @ 05/01/15 04:26 AM
CAN I GET A HALLELUJAH MOTHERF*****?!?!?!?
 
# 11 ShaiLeGran @ 05/01/15 05:33 AM
As an avid PES player in the past (PS2), I have to admit FIFA has all bases covered. The only thing that PES has got going for himself - in my view - are the player models and the CL and EL licenses. I think they look better then the FIFA models, who are too skinny. But then FIFA has the changing grass, the ball boys, the player interactions, the way you can score goals, the animations, all the boots, all the balls, all the little details like the in between replays. To me FIFA just flows better as a game. Stuff that is missing in PES. If they want to compete in a big way, they really need to step up and implement all this stuff. Licensing is not that important to me.

Really, I hope FIFA can grap the CL and EL license so that we can play those competitions in what now is my favorite soccer sim.
 
# 12 ShaiLeGran @ 05/01/15 05:35 AM
Also, notice how every goal you score in PES 2015, the player always runs to the sideline. Always the same direction. FIFA does this a lot better. Not everybody might like those celebrations, but to have to option and the liberty to run anywhere you want to, is way beter than the automatic shizzle PES provides us with.
 
# 13 KG @ 05/01/15 12:48 PM
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Originally Posted by HenryClay1844
PES must ,must, focus on realism and expand their career mode system. EA and FIFA are very vulnerable right now, but I"m afraid PES is looking at FUT with envy and hoping to get their share from people who already bought the game. They also must improve their edit mode to allow for internet-based editing and image downloading. Not being able to edit the EPL and others will continue to hurt them otherwise.
While I would LOVE this (although the PES 2015 ML isn't as bad as ppl think & EDIT mode does need work) the truth is that licenses move units which is why they're aggressively going after new one's.
 
# 14 Turbojugend @ 05/01/15 01:19 PM
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Originally Posted by KG
the truth is that licenses move units which is why they're aggressively going after new one's.
Exactly. Expanded edit functions and option file sharing are awesome for PES enthusiasts (I downloaded option files for just about every last-gen version of PES, and some PS2 as well), but the fact is most people just want to buy a game and play as these teams out-of-the-box without save injecting, renaming, etc. There is a massive value to this, which is precisely why licenses are so important to commercial success.
 
# 15 Ermolli @ 05/01/15 09:25 PM
Even though it isn't that important to me since I've been playing PES games as early as ISS 98, licences are important in this era of gaming and at times a deciding factor in choosing between several options.

I always didn't get the notion of "PES doesn't have licenses", besides the EPL and Bundesliga (which obviously are huge) I don't see how much better licenses are on FIFA. PES has (without counting the ones previously mentioned) the most important ones and the biggest continental tournaments in their games, people really care about having the Polish league fully licensed for example? (No disrespect though)

About licenses I want PES to have the most important leagues and clubs in the world if possible and then have a deep edit mode and easy sharing of option files, I believe that they should go further than that since most people play with the best 5 or 10 teams in the world anyway.
 
# 16 TemplateR @ 05/02/15 07:18 AM
According to the Facebook-Account of PES, we will get some big news on monday.

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We have big news coming on Monday, May 4th. Stay tuned on our social channels. ‪#‎ThePitchisOurs‬
Andre, PES-Team
 
# 17 dubcity @ 05/02/15 02:23 PM
Hopefully the "big news" isn't just that they will have big news at a later date ...
 
# 18 bxphenom7 @ 05/02/15 04:04 PM
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Originally Posted by dubcity
Hopefully the "big news" isn't just that they will have big news at a later date ...
Man, that was some crap last year. Good thing I ended up really liking the game though.
 
# 19 buckeyezombie @ 05/02/15 04:04 PM
Don't know why the haven't added smaller leagues like Austria and Poland. They would be cheap you'd think and add much more to the game
 
# 20 willz1985 @ 05/02/15 05:43 PM
if they finally somehow get all the EPL teams I can stop buying fifa purely for kit authenticity
 

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