Pro Evolution Soccer 2017 PlayStation 4 Pro Support Coming Soon After Console’s Launch

Francesco De Meo
Posted Sep 14, 2016
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Pro Evolution Soccer 2017, the latest entry of the sports game series published by Konami, has been released yesterday on PC and consoles, and players all over the world can finally check out the many improvements to the series’ gameplay included in the new title. Those who have purchased the PlayStation 4 version of the game and are planning on getting the PlayStation 4 Pro will be happy to know that Pro Evolution Soccer 2017 will receive PS4 Pro support in the future.

According to the Pro Evolution Soccer Official Twitter profile, Pro Evolution Soccer 2017 will be getting PlayStation 4 support soon after the console’s launch. Not much has been said regarding the actual improvements, but we will definitely hear more about the matter in the near future, considering the PlayStation 4 Pro is not too far off.

Pro Evolution Soccer 2017 comes with a variety of features not found in previous entries of the series such as real ball physics, Total Team Control, Adaptive AI and much more.

Precise Pass – Combining Real Touch and real ball physics, passing is an art form in PES 2017. Many factors determine the speed and accuracy of the ball. The pass that is made on the best situation and timing will generate a perfect trajectory, creating a great satisfaction when a killer pass is made.

Total Team Control – Users can instantly change the attacking and defending mentality of the team, which can be tweaked and carefully controlled with simple controls, being able to immediately react to the unpredictability of the sport.

Adaptive AI – For the first time in a football game, the AI will learn how you play! Player and team behavior has always been a staple of the PES series, and for PES 2017 Adaptive AI will change sports games forever.

Pro Evolution Soccer 2017 is now available on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. We will let you know more regarding PlayStation 4 Pro support as soon as possible, so stay tuned for all the latest news.

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