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PES 2019 E3 Trailer

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PES 2019 E3 Trailer

Konami has released their PES 2019 trailer from E3, introducing 11 new skill traits that will help enhance player uniqueness, including cross over turn, no-look pass, controlled chip, dipping shot, and rising shot. These new skills increase the total in-game number to 39.

Player individuality has also been taken to the next level, where skills and strengths are more prominent in impact and motion during gameplay.

11 new skill traits

  • Cross Over Turn
  • Double Touch
  • Step On Skill control
  • No Look Pass
  • Interception
  • Penalty Specialist
  • GK Penalty Saver
  • GK High Punt
  • Rising Shots
  • Chip shot control
  • Dipping Shots

Dribbling animation and fluidity is now based on a variety of factors, such as player and ball positioning along the defensive line, precise feint movements to make a break around the sides, and awareness of the close proximity of the opposition while turning.

New shooting mechanics with unique varied animations have been introduced, including the motion of the ball slipping past the goalkeeper’s outstretched hands, reactions of the attacker who just slightly missed, and more intense/joyful reactions around the goal area.

A significant introduction is Visible Fatigue, which is a reworked, rebalanced stamina system. Players will give clear visual indications when they are tired, with their stamina level impacting how they play. How you manage players during a match and when you make substitutions could be the difference between winning or losing.

Quick substitutions will be available when the ball goes out of play. A simple button press will give you recommended changes based on stamina and position. No need to interrupt the gameplay during a tense match!

Improvements have been made to make the movement of the ball more natural and varied. The trajectory of the ball is now based on posture and how the ball was kicked. Also, situations like the ball bouncing off the goalkeeper’s body or hitting a defender during a block have more realistic outcomes.

Full body touch introduced last year has been further enhanced. How the ball is controlled depends more on the surrounding situation, allowing for smoother and contextual trapping of the ball.

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  1. Great trailer, I'm definitely excited for the final game. Love the new player skills and shot mechanics they implemented , adds more realism to the ball movement. They have 10 fully licensed leagues, but they didn't show any that we didn't already know. I am curious as to how many licenses they have with Spain and Italy. Can't wait for future updates
    RoyceDa59
    Uhhh some of those skills they mentioned have been in the game for years.

    My first reaction too Royce.
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    I've bought every edition of FIFA and PES for the past seven years, and every year it's been the same: pre-order FIFA, wait for PES sale. But 2019 is the year that PES is most likely going to take the lead. Not because of anything I've seen out of E3 this year, but because of what a joy 2018 has been so far.
    I just played out an entire season as PSG in Ligue 1 and it was the most fun I've had with a footy title since we had Creation Centre on last-gen. Yes, PSG can basically trample the rest of the league underfoot, but the gameplay is so rewarding that I really don't mind. With the proper difficulty settings (Professional works just fine for me) I usually win, but the threat of losing is there with every match. I ended up winning Ligue 1, but I was also knocked out of the CL by AC Milan and out of the Coupe de France by a relegation candidate. And I loved it.
    I tried replicating the same experience in FIFA 18 and it was hit-and-miss. Yes, the presentation is amazing and the Parc de Princes looks absolutely stunning, but after spending two weeks straight with PES, the gameplay just wasn't there for me. I haven't felt that way about a FIFA game in a very long time.
    So maybe I'll switch it up this year; preorder PES 2019 and play out another season with PSG while I'm waiting for option files. FIFA will go on sale, eventually.
    Turbojugend
    I've bought every edition of FIFA and PES for the past seven years, and every year it's been the same: pre-order FIFA, wait for PES sale. But 2019 is the year that PES is most likely going to take the lead. Not because of anything I've seen out of E3 this year, but because of what a joy 2018 has been so far.
    I just played out an entire season as PSG in Ligue 1 and it was the most fun I've had with a footy title since we had Creation Centre on last-gen. Yes, PSG can basically trample the rest of the league underfoot, but the gameplay is so rewarding that I really don't mind. With the proper difficulty settings (Professional works just fine for me) I usually win, but the threat of losing is there with every match. I ended up winning Ligue 1, but I was also knocked out of the CL by AC Milan and out of the Coupe de France by a relegation candidate. And I loved it.
    I tried replicating the same experience in FIFA 18 and it was hit-and-miss. Yes, the presentation is amazing and the Parc de Princes looks absolutely stunning, but after spending two weeks straight with PES, the gameplay just wasn't there for me. I haven't felt that way about a FIFA game in a very long time.
    So maybe I'll switch it up this year; preorder PES 2019 and play out another season with PSG while I'm waiting for option files. FIFA will go on sale, eventually.

    This was the first year in 10 years I didn’t buy FIFA. I got pes. I used to be a big pes guy back in ps2 days. But stopped playing around 2008. Now, after playing pes 2018 all year I can’t play FIFA. I find FIFA 18 so boring. I’m hoping they just build on pes 2018. Graphics look better, hopefully more editing for us
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    It's all moot without the CL license.  That is a fact. of. life.  ANY chance of PES overtaking or even matching FIFA's sales disappeared the day they relinquished the CL/Europa license. 
    PES3Paul
    It's all moot without the CL license.* That is a fact. of. life.* ANY chance of PES overtaking or even matching FIFA's sales disappeared the day they relinquished the CL/Europa license.*
    Option files cover a lot of issues.
    Gameplay *should* be the deciding factor, but bells and whistles make it easier to get lost.
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    PES3Paul
    It's all moot without the CL license.* That is a fact. of. life.* ANY chance of PES overtaking or even matching FIFA's sales disappeared the day they relinquished the CL/Europa license.*
    Here we go again. Somebody else complaining about PES losing that useless UEFA license. Could you please explain what exactly PES is losing with that license besides a theme song and UEFA overlays. The tournament will still be there just like it was in FIFA before EA got the license. Also, why do people feel PES has to overtake FIFA in terms of sales to be successful. Would KONAMI like to one day be the top selling soccer/football game, sure. But as long as the game is profitable for KONAMI to the point they can continue to make and improve the game every year, shouldn't that be enough. That's like saying since Nike sells more basketball shoes than Adidas, that Adidas isn't successful and they should just get out of the basketball shoe market, even though Adidas sales are pretty damn good in its own right.
    RoyceDa59
    Saw this stream today and I am impressed with the shooting and ball physics.

    Game mechanics seem to be better than last year. On the other hand AI looks pretty much the same it has been the last couple years.
    Gameplay physics are nice and all that, but they should show off their newly acquired licenses and newer partnerships a lot more than the historic players. I was hoping this trailer would tell us if they've included many/all/some of the stadiums for the new licensed leagues, or what they've done differently with AC Milan & Inter Milan with their new "official partnerships" (please don't tell me it's just to include Paolo Maldini as a classic player), etc...
    Looks pretty good, really hoping the new stamina system is as good as advertised.  My decision will depend largely on whether they're able to address the lack of fouls, cards and penalties that have plagued the series in recent years, and it worries me that I've not seen those issues mentioned anywhere as of yet.  Hopefully playing the advantage will be part of the game this year as well, glaring omission if not.  Defensive AI still needs improvement too, if we're ever going to have any real midfield play.
    Looking forward to more gameplay today. I managed to create a quick video highlighting my thoughts about the positioning. Think it looks quite good compared to 18.

    Hopefully we get a higher quality stream at 1080p, but if not, I'll settle for some P1 v CPU matches!
    impressive trailer
    I will say konami has came a long way in this department. their PES trailers never did the game justice in the past usually. usually fan videos were better than their trailers. this one is actually one of the best sports video game trailers I have seen. got me excited actually!
    I am really interested in the visual fatigue and new shooting physics. I hope they tone down the lob thru ball. if these are done right along with a couple of other things it will make it the best footie game of all time for me.
    I've bought every edition of FIFA and PES for the past seven years, and every year it's been the same: pre-order FIFA, wait for PES sale. But 2019 is the year that PES is most likely going to take the lead. Not because of anything I've seen out of E3 this year, but because of what a joy 2018 has been so far.
    I just played out an entire season as PSG in Ligue 1 and it was the most fun I've had with a footy title since we had Creation Centre on last-gen. Yes, PSG can basically trample the rest of the league underfoot, but the gameplay is so rewarding that I really don't mind. With the proper difficulty settings (Professional works just fine for me) I usually win, but the threat of losing is there with every match. I ended up winning Ligue 1, but I was also knocked out of the CL by AC Milan and out of the Coupe de France by a relegation candidate. And I loved it.
    I tried replicating the same experience in FIFA 18 and it was hit-and-miss. Yes, the presentation is amazing and the Parc de Princes looks absolutely stunning, but after spending two weeks straight with PES, the gameplay just wasn't there for me. I haven't felt that way about a FIFA game in a very long time.
    So maybe I'll switch it up this year; preorder PES 2019 and play out another season with PSG while I'm waiting for option files. FIFA will go on sale, eventually.

    i'm with you on most of this
    I have also played both FIFA and PES this year like the last couple of years and at the moment i have played both in the last couple of weeks. I prefer PES offline but FIFA with friends. I only basically play fifa with friends (because the majority I have play fifa online). the fifa game is to boring after awhile offline no matter what you do to it with sliders. it's gets boring quick and doesn't hold my attention for long periods.. I always have to hand it to those that actually play multiple seasons offline every year in fifa. I don't get how they do that to be honest. I don't really do to much of that in PES either to be fair... but i'm actually completing seasons.. it's in PES not fifa. fifa clubs and co op and playing against friends online will probably always keep me buying fifa. So I'm sure I will buy both again this year. but for sure getting pes at launch this year.
    They confirmed on their live feed that packs are now how you get players in MyClub. Grrrrreat.
    They're also saying the shooting isn't as automatic and arcadey. That's good.
    Looks pretty good, really hoping the new stamina system is as good as advertised.* My decision will depend largely on whether they're able to address the lack of fouls, cards and penalties that have plagued the series in recent years, and it worries me that I've not seen those issues mentioned anywhere as of yet.* Hopefully playing the advantage will be part of the game this year as well, glaring omission if not.* Defensive AI still needs improvement too, if we're ever going to have any real midfield play.

    have you played the game lately? I dunno if it's just patched or what but I don't see a lack of fouls. The only thing I see a lack of is more red cards and penalties. I see plenty of fouls and yellow cards. some of these yellow cards I have thought should be red though and that's what i'm seeing a big lack of. . FIFA red cards are better. but yeah certainly a lot of fouls i have noticed though when play world cup PES lately. The defensive AI needs improvement? that's odd considering one of my biggest complaints in my online PES league compared to my online FIFA league is that PES computer AI helps the user to much and is too good when compared to fifa which is really bad and easier to beat so therefore the user has to control the d more in fifa to be great defensively as in PES you can actually manage control your defense much better and the computer AI is way better in this area at helping the user. this is the biggest reason why FIFA is so much easier to score goals compared to PES. with that said the AI always can get better but I think this is one of the strong areas in PES not a weak.
    Small notes from the E3 IGN interview:
    * There will be at least 9 new leagues. It may end up being just 9, but they are working toward more.
    * Demo details to be announced July 21.
    stevostl
    have you played the game lately? I dunno if it's just patched or what but I don't see a lack of fouls. The only thing I see a lack of is more red cards and penalties. I see plenty of fouls and yellow cards. some of these yellow cards I have thought should be red though and that's what i'm seeing a big lack of. . FIFA red cards are better. but yeah certainly a lot of fouls i have noticed though when play world cup PES lately. The defensive AI needs improvement? that's odd considering one of my biggest complaints in my online PES league compared to my online FIFA league is that PES computer AI helps the user to much and is too good when compared to fifa which is really bad and easier to beat so therefore the user has to control the d more in fifa to be great defensively as in PES you can actually manage control your defense much better and the computer AI is way better in this area at helping the user. this is the biggest reason why FIFA is so much easier to score goals compared to PES. with that said the AI always can get better but I think this is one of the strong areas in PES not a weak.
    I've noticed more fouls too while playing World Cup mode. No red cards and penalties, but definitely more fouls and a few yellow cards. I'm getting at least 2 free kicks on goal every game (15 min games). Also, for some reason, the commentary even seems better in the World Cup mode. Jim Beglin seems to have so much more to say. Could be just my imagination though.
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