• Pro Evolution Soccer next-gen,τα πρώτα νεα.

    Προς το παρον δεν εχει ονομα(λογικα το ιδιο θα εχει) το νεο ποδοσφαιρακι της Konami, αλλα βγηκαν καποια στοιχεια της μηχανης του παιχνιδιου στο νεο τευχος του EDGE.

    - The new engine is based on the Fox Engine, but after that the engine is referred to as ‘new engine’.

    - The new physics engine uses something called ‘Barycentre physics’, this basically means that different body parts have different weights. So collisions are similar to FIFA, except the impact strength will depend on which part of the body is hit.

    - The team are focusing on 'photo-realism' when it comes to graphics, there’s a close up image of a Japanese player’s face showing detailed skin pores and individual eyebrows. Shirts are separate from the player models, they hang from the players and flow, they also get pulled when jostling.

    - The ball control radius in 3x bigger than the current gen allowing for more dynamic off-ball tussles while player’s legs try to get control of the ball

    - You can set player’s ‘zones’ meaning you can have an individual player only be allowed to move in a small area of the pitch when defending.

    Pillars of the new PES engine.

    1. Barycentre Physics and Ball control

    The new engine allows for a larger separation between player and ball - three time the radius of PES 2013, where tight 'confrontation' zones are used to make tackling easier. A striker will be able to throw his body weight in one direction and use his opposing foot to push the ball in the other way, leaving defenders off balance and buying space for a pass or shot. Players have specific centres of balance, calculated by locating their centre of gravity, or barycentre. You'll be able to control your player's weight shifts at all times and use practice touches to push the ball away from your feet. We see a wireframe demo with more natural animations and fluid transitions than FIFA 13. You control the player and the physics drives the animation, not vice versa. It's hard to tell how this will transform the 'feel' of play, rather than just being admirable behind the scenes calculations, but there appears to be scope for a radical new control scheme - think of how Skate's right-stick motions mimicked real-life movements by exploiting dynamic physics, and how they compared to the digital button taps of Tony Hawks Pro Skater. This could be a revelation in football game control.

    2. Contact and Physicality

    Konami has pinpointed this as a weakness in previous games, but now players can jostle for space - even without the ball present - for headers at corners, or to dominate a smaller opponent. You'll be able to tug shirts (cloth is now separate from the player's body and stretches) as well as elbow for room on the touchline. It works in tandem with the physics and precision control. Agile players can unbalance defenders with dropped shoulders or ball skills, and push the ball further ahead to exploit their acceleration. "Previously, body feints were more aesthetic," admits Masuda. "Now they're a key tactic."

    3. Squad Emulator

    Formations remain essential for success, but now you can set 'zones of play' so your key players focus on certain tactics in mission-critical areas. For example, you can set your front line to focus on possession and probing for gaps in from of a deep-lying defence. In theory, you'll be able to recognise your favourite teams pattern of play within a few minutes. The emphasis on defending and shape should allow weaker teams to create effective strategies, such as when Celtic beat Barcelona in the Champions League by defending deep, buoyed up by the home crowd.
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    1. djpar's Avatar
      djpar -
      αντε να δουμε...υποθετο ομως οτι μονο σε ps4 θα το δουμε...αραγε θα προλαβει να βγει προ σε ps4 ή θα βγει πρωτα σε ps3 και μετα σε ps4?
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