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PES 2020 for pc condensed as Pro Evolution Soccer is a football recreation computer game created by PES Productions and distributed by Konami. PES 2020 is the nineteenth release of the PES game series.It is the best soccer match of 2020 with its reasonable illustrations and a remodeled Master League.




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The PES 2020 system requirements ask for a minimum of 4 GB of RAM installed in your computer. Additionally, the game developers recommend somewhere around 8 GB of RAM in your system. An Intel Core i5-3470 CPU is required at a minimum to run eFootball PES 2020. Whereas, an Intel Core i7-3770 is recommended in order to run it. Provided that you have at least an AMD Radeon HD 7870 graphics card you can play the game. Furthermore, an AMD Radeon R9 270X is recommended in order to run eFootball PES 2020 with the highest settings. In terms of game file size, you will need at least 40 GB of free disk space available.


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One more year, and it's been 25 years, Konami launches a new Pro Evolution Soccer version to compete with EA Sports' FIFA. However, given this year's exceptional health situation, which is impacting this sport so much, and the efforts made by the studio to prepare for the arrival of new generations of consoles, Konami has decided to launch an update on the previous eFootball PES 2020 instead of releasing an entirely new game, available once you download PES 2021 - Pro Evolution Soccer for PC.


This update includes all the player's new data and club lineups for the whole year (except for Inter Milan and AC Milan for which it has lost its license). It also adds a new UEFA EURO 2020 mode ahead of the actual 2021 tournament where PES 21 players will be able to simulate the game at Wembley and includes all 55 UEFA national teams.


UPDATE: The eFootball PES 2020 PC demo is out right now and is available to download through Steam. This provides the first opportunity to get hands-on with Konami's latest punt at competing with FIFA. Suffice to say, if you're unsure how well PES 2020 is going to run on your PC ahead of its September launch, this is now your best chance to see how it performs on your rig.


The eFootball Pro Evolution Soccer 2020 can be found on Steam right over here, while the full game is out at some point in September. Steam has changed where it shows the demo download link though. You can now find it in the right-hand column, just above the list of features. It's around a 4.1 GB download and needs 5.2 GB hard drive space to install.


Lace up your boots, the PC demo for eFootball PES 2020 in inbound. Konami has taken Pro Evolution Soccer down the deed poll office for a name change, rebranding it the tongue-garbling eFootball Pro Evolution Soccer 2020. Yes, Konami has somehow managed to squeeze both football and soccer into the same game name, successfully winding up both sides of the great football/soccer divide.


PES 2020 is a weird game. At times I couldn't help but think, is this the best PES ever? Gameplay wise, I mean. The ball... PES 2020's ball is a thing of beauty, the best video game football I've ever virtually kicked. It feels weighty, it bounces realistically and travels through the air in delicious arcs David Beckham birthed in his pomp.


The animations... PES 2020's player animations are a joy to behold. Outside of the boot flicked through balls to overlapping full-backs, no-look crosses, deft chips, and, when players collide, realistic scraps for possession. The fluidity of motion in this game is something else. It's rare that you'll see a player do that jarring sports video game thing of sliding into place to force an animation to meet the ball, or jerk unnaturally as he realises his atoms should be in one position over another.


Elsewhere, the much trumpeted Andres Iniesta-inspired new dribbling system doesn't seem to work properly. It's nigh-on impossible to beat a player in PES 2020, which, I think, is the result of a number of factors, including the grounded feel of the game. There's a lack of responsiveness across the board here that sabotages refined dribbling. Andres Iniesta, one of the greatest midfielders of all time, was able to turn on a sixpence. He'd finish 90 minutes without a spot of dirt on his shirt because his markers couldn't get near him. How a football game on which Iniesta consulted ended up featuring players who play like they're hungover is anyone's guess.


I'm not going to call PES 2020's referee what those in the real-life stands would, but he certainly deserves some stick. This game's ref is a disaster. He's picky one minute, uninterested the other. He'll blow a foul for nothing, then let a rugby tackle pass. He really, really doesn't want to get his card out, and believe me, I've encouraged him. I don't know what's going on inside that pretend head of his, but I really don't think the ref is thinking about football.


The niggles continue. Like in PES 2019, PES 2020 serves you up a replay for pretty much every stop in play, and there's a new annoying logo swirl to mash the Options button through. This skip delay is infuriating. I'd hoped Konami would have sorted it out for this game, but it hasn't. Sigh.


So, yeah, on the pitch, PES 2020 is a weird experience. There's greatness here. Gorgeous goals are possible, and they get you off your seat. In one match I played a volleyed through ball from Ronaldinho and it shot through the air, between two players and onto the sprinting Antoine Griezmann, who slotted the ball into the bottom right-hand corner of the goal. I leapt out of my chair and cheered. This is PES at its best - the beautiful game as a video game. Oh, and headed goals are back, thankfully.


Off the pitch, there's a disappointing degree of improvement. I slammed PES 2019's menus for being from a bygone era, and while they have been slightly improved for PES 2020, they're still awful compared to those of other sports video games. There are too many menu screens to soldier through, particularly in Master League, and some of them contain nonsensical, grammatically incoherent English. The user interface is counterintuitive. Sometimes you press X to confirm, other times the Options button. Red is good and green is bad in some screens, the reverse in others. The only redeeming feature of the menus this year is the songs slap. They're proper bangers.


If you've noticed I've avoided calling PES 2020 eFootball PES 2020, which is the actual name of this video game, then you should know it's deliberate. I can't bring myself to add the eFootball bit, which is part of a sort of rebrand towards esports. There's a whole eFootball section of the game now where you can play in competitions, but I have yet to be tempted by it. I suspect the whole eFootball thing will pass most PES players by. This is a game you can play competitively against others, as you've always been able to. Not much has changed here.


Credit where it's due, though, Konami has improved the official licenses situation for PES 2020, with a bonafide exclusive for Juventus. London FC are now Chelsea B, a more realistic fake team name that takes the name of the place in which the club is based (not the name of the club) and slaps the first initial of its predominant colour on the end to dodge the Sauron-like glare of EA Sports lawyers. But the eternal, inescapable truth is the lack of an official licence for the Premier League is a problem for many, especially in the UK. Sure, you could download an option file, which many do, but you can't if you're on Xbox One.


But I keep coming back to how weird PES 2020 is. eFootball is a weird word and perhaps Konami was trying to tell us something about the game all along. PES 2020 is more eh, football? Than eFootball. It's a game that for periods of time is one of the best football video games I've ever played, but it's punctuated by bouts of infuriating nonsense. Long-standing issues remain, and established modes are starting to feel stale. I can see myself spending a lot of time with PES 2020, but I can't bring myself to adore it. With a new generation looming over the horizon, the famous football franchise is at a crossroads. Sort out the glaring gameplay issues and all the off the pitch problems and you've got one of the best football video games of this generation of consoles. As it stands, PES 2020 is frustratingly uneven, and a patch or three away from full fitness.


Keep in mind that the following instructions might change slightly in the full version of eFootball PES 2020 which, at time of writing, has yet to be released. This guide is also purely PC related (duh!), so different rules apply for the PS4 version of the game.


You can get downloadable PES 2020 option files from a variety of PES fan sites across the web. Notable examples include PES World, PES Universe, PES Patch, and PES Gaming, and while some include paid membership options, there are plenty of free downloads to discover as well.


Konami's Pro Evolution Soccer has been rebranded for the 2020 season as eFootball PES. The name may have changed, but the attention to detail that PES players know and love is still there. The team has been hopping on to various E3 panels today to show the game off with a first-look trailer. Check it out below.


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