Japanese developer Konami posted an apology on Friday (1) for the problems posed by the new version of the former “eFootball 2022” soccer game, Pro Evolution Soccer.
“We are aware that there have been reports of problems users have encountered with animation scenes, facial expressions, player movements and ball behavior,” the company wrote.
With the release of the new version of the series on Thursday (30), many users on social networks have complained about graphic and mechanical issues.
“We are very sorry for these problems, and we want to assure everyone that we take all concerns seriously and strive to improve the current situation.”
To fix the issues, Konami is promising an update by the end of October.
On social networks, game players posted bugs, the quality of the players’ faces and also made memes.
PSG’s Messi at ‘eFootball 2022’ – Photo: clone/social media
Cristiano Ronaldo, Manchester United, at ‘eFootball 2022’ – Photo: clone / social networks
‘eFootball 2022’ error image – Image: cloning/social media
In the online game store for PC Steam, the game is one of the worst in the history of the platform. As of the publication of this report, out of 13,210 analyses, only 9% were positive.
“eFootball 2022” is the first season of the developer’s soccer game series since it became a free platform, which should get free updates over time.
Previously, the franchise was named “Winning Eleven” and later renamed “Pro Evolution Soccer” or “PES”, new paid versions are released every year.
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