If you’re an Xbox Game Pass subscriber, you will be able to download eFootball PES 2020, on December 12. Xbox Game Pass has unlimited access to over 100 games, with titles added all the time. Whether you play console games, PC games, or both, there’s a plan for you.
If you’re not a member yet, you can try the first three months of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate for $1. Also, for a limited time, Xbox Game Pass Ultimate members can also receive 1 month of EA Access, 3 months of Discord Nitro, and 6 months of Spotify Premium.
If you missed our eFootball PES 2020 review, read it here.
eFootball PES 2020 is not a perfect simulation of the beautiful game, but it’s the best gameplay this series has seen since the PS2 days. First and foremost, the pace of play has been toned down considerably since PES 2019. The players have more weight and the ball feels better than any footy game to date. Highlighted by excellent ball physics, the ball bounces and behaves as it would in real life with the proper weight and spin. Animations are at times a sight to see as they are finely tuned in accordance with the aforementioned ball physics. When eFootball PES 2020 gets it right, it’s like a perfect hat trick. Unfortunately, there are still the awkward moments here and there but let’s get into the gameplay breakdown.