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eFootball 2022 is a Great Idea Marred by Terrible Execution

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While Konami’s Pro Evolution Soccer series has lagged behind EA Sports’ behemoth FIFA series in regards to club licensing and presentational aspects, it has regularly been the better game to play on the pitch. After taking the 2021 season off to focus on an engine change to better prepare for next-generation consoles alongside a full rebranding to the eFootball 2022 moniker, Konami released its new, now free-to-play football simulation at the end of September of this year.

Despite significant hype drummed up by the new engine and the title’s two-year development time, eFootball 2022’s recent release was met with considerable backlash from fans. Plagued by bugs, a simplification of controls,…



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