Snow is Back + Adidas Predator Beckham Boots Leaked: PES 2019 Announced - Trailer, Release Date + Cover Stars

Video game publisher Konami yesterday revealed the first teaser video, details and the release date for Pro Evolution Soccer 2019.

PES 2019 will be released on August 28 2018 PS4 and Xbox One and August 30 for PC. The game will be available in two physical editions, with Phillippe Coutinho on the front cover of the standard edition and David Beckham on the front cover of the special edition, which will grant fans the opportunity to unlock myClub bonuses.

Interestingly, as we already revealed yesterday, it seems like that Konami accidentally showed off an upcoming unreleased football boot in the trailer - a never-seen-before colorway of the Predator Accelerator DB model that was unveiled late last year.

Pro Evolution Soccer 2019 Announcement Trailer

Together with the teaser video, Konami announced that they will increase the number of licenses, including more fully licensed leagues and stadiums, and a variety of new Legends to play with. However, it recently emerged that Pro Evolution Soccer has lost its UEFA Champions League license after a 10-year partnership.

PES 2019 brings new features and changes, including a myClub revamp. Player cards are getting a new look and changes to the way players build their squads. There’s also now a Visible Fatigue shooting mechanic, which takes into account improved ball physics, player and ball position, and player skills and shot styles.

Similar to FIFA's Team of The Week players, Konami will introduce "High Performance Players". Depending on their performance in last week's match, these players will have boosted stats and possibly new skills for a limited period.

Legend Players like Beckham, Maradona, Cruyff, Nedvěd, Gullit, Maldini and Kahn will appear in PES 2019. New Legends will also be introduced later.

PES 2019 will have a new menu interface, 4K HDR effects across all platforms, and real-time lighting and shadows with better crowd detail, grass textures, and, maybe most importantly, the return of the fan-favorite snow weather effect.

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