eFootball "PES" 2022 release date: Latest News

eFootball PES 2022

Konami has renamed the Pro Evolution Soccer series eFootball, and it will be launched this Autumn as a digital-only, free-to-play game for the PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, iOS, and Android. Cross-play will be available in all versions of the game by this winter, however, mobile users will have to utilize controllers to play against console and PC gamers.

With the release of the official trailer, we now have the confirmation that the game will be free-to-play we also know that the game will no longer have an annual release. Instead, new material, game mods, teams, and rosters will be added to the game on a regular basis. The new game will also offer Cross-Play compatibility in the future, allowing players on different platforms to compete against each other.

eFootball Teams Included

Nine teams that have been confirmed will be available at the launch of eFootball (PES 2022). Additional teams will be added in future DLC updates, however, we don't know if they'll be free or not.
  • Arsenal
  • Manchester United
  • FC Bayern Munich
  • Juventus
  • Barcelona
  • Sao Paulo FC
  • Club AtlĂ©tico River Plate
  • Sport Club Corinthians Paulista 
  • Clube de Regatas do Flamengo
Release Date

eFootball has yet to be given an exact release date, however, Konami has said that it would be released "early this autumn."

eFootball Roadmap

Konami has revealed the first step of their eFootball roadmap, revealing that Cross-Platform matching and Online Leagues would be available for the free-to-play football game by the end of 2021.

eFootball Roadmap

Early Autumn:
All-new gameplay experience, powered by Unreal Engine
Cross-generation matchmaking (i.e. PlayStation5 vs. PlayStation4, Xbox Series X|S vs. Xbox One)
Local Matches featuring FC Barcelona, Juventus, FC Bayern, Manchester United, and more

Autumn:
Cross-platform matchmaking between consoles and PC (i.e. PlayStation®5 vs. Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation5 vs. PC Steam, etc.)
Team Building Mode (Name TBC) opened – build your own team by acquiring players
Online Leagues (Name TBC) opened – take your original team and compete in a global, competitive league
Match Pass system – earn items and players by playing eFootball™

Winter:
Mobile controller support added
Full cross-platform matchmaking across all available platforms including mobile when using a compatible controller
Professional and amateur esports tournaments kick-off

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