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There's so much talk about the upcoming release of FIFA that Pro Evolution Soccer has taken a back seat in recent weeks.
Well, that's about to change after a number of David Beckham screenshots emerged online. Seriously this might just be the most detailed game on the market yet.
Pro Evolution Soccer 2019 will launch August 30th across all consoles and other platforms (PC), and ahead of it's anticipated release date, Konami unveiled their cover stars while giving a sneak peak into the unreal graphics.
David Beckham (PES 2019) pic.twitter.com/fBodgZ9qPW- TRANSFER HABER :flag_tr: (@_TransferHaber_) August 30, 2018
There will be not one but three versions of PES 2019; Standard, David Beckham and legend edition.
In terms of the in-play graphics and game play, the Japanese video game company have stepped it up big time. Just take a look at these images of Becks. Amazing.
David Beckham in PES 19 :heart_eyes: pic.twitter.com/Rc4OTfAiqQ- Footy Jokes (@Footy_JokesOG) August 30, 2018
Gotta say PES have done an unreal job with the graphics :thumbsup: pic.twitter.com/zdiKDKzUBS- Matt Craig (@MattHDGamer) August 29, 2018
Speaking at the announcement, via Playstation Lifestyle, in which it was revealed that five versions of Beckham from different points of his career will be playable, the former Manchester United man said, "It's a great honour to join the roster of legends that work with KONAMI as PES Ambassadors.
"I look forward to seeing my career represented in this fantastic game, and working with such a talented team of people who obviously love football as much as I do."
Holy shit I thought that was just a picture of David Beckham, PES is going off :joy: https://t.co/bqLmbYTWKy- Harrison :zap: (@Harrison4ward) August 29, 2018
The 42 year-old won six Premier League title with Manchester United before moving on to Real Madrid where he won La Liga, he won the MLS Cup at LA Galaxy before a loan spell at PSG won him a Ligue 1 title.
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