Once known as Winning Eleven in Japan and Pro Evolution Soccer worldwide, Konami’s 2021 soccer sim has been rebranded as simply eFootball in 2021. Now it comes in a new updated version.
What makes eFootball 2022 stand out today is that it came as a free, ready-to-play version. From there, users could pay to unlock whatever features they wanted.
Bruno Fernandez is eFootball 2023 Ambassador
The new version of eFootball 2023 came out this Thursday in an update format. As you can see in the image we share, the title has several famous ambassadors like Neymar, Messi, Arnold or Kubo. But there is also the Portuguese Bruno Fernandes, who is worth highlighting.
AC Milan and Inter will receive a license for eFootball 2023
In terms of news, Konami highlights the return of two very popular licensed teams: AC Milan and AC Milan. The Mexican League also now has 18 licensed teams. The Azteca Stadium in Mexico City is also officially included in the game.
We remind you that this is a free game, but with limitations. If you want to unleash the full potential of the game, you will have to pay for content as you feel the need for it.
Remember that the launch of eFootball 2022 was far from peaceful. The graphics and gameplay weren’t up to the level that many expected, and it didn’t help the new life of Pro Evolution Soccer.
This game is available for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S consoles. It can also be played on computers running Microsoft Windows, Android and iOS.
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