eFootball PES 2020
PES 2020's on-field action has rarely been more satisfying. Off the pitch though, Konami plays it a little safe.
Grittier and more convincing than ever, Konami's soccer juggernaut excels on the pitch but barely tries off it.
PES 2020 is a patch or three away from being a very good game. As it stands, it's a weird mix of brilliant and broken.
A few outdated features aside, eFootball PES 2020 marks an exciting new era for the long-running series.
Yet another triumph on the pitch but the lack of attention to new features within myClub means it feels a bit repetitive.
PES 2020 creates a vibrant drama on and off the pitch through small details that can make a big difference
Konami's eFootball PES 2020 continues the series' stellar output on the pitch, which is enough to fully overcome the issues off it.
eFootball PES 2020 doesn’t make me forget about its competition, but it does force me to reckon with what I really want from a soccer video game, and who really meets those needs.
Unfortunately, PES 2020 doesn’t feel like an evolution over 2019. It offers little in terms of new content and gameplay tweaks.
Konami closes off the current generation with the best entry that we have seen so far. eFootball PES 2020 posseses, undoubtetly, the most realistic gameplay ever for a football game. Unfortunately, the game still lacks the same thing as the previous entries: its game modes do not have enough depth.
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