This Is Not A Real Life Picture Of Cristiano Ronaldo - It Is A Screengrab From PES 2020
Konami have dropped another fresh batch of Pro Evolution Soccer screenshots - and the incredible attention to detail in Cristiano Ronaldo's latest graphics are stunning.
PES 2020 will include a number of brand new features ahead of the release date on September 10, including a brand-new 'match day' mode that will allow fans to team up and play in weekly competition games, correlating with real-world football matches.
But perhaps the most impressive element to the new game is those realistic graphics. Take it away, Cristiano.
In terms of the new game, PES have gone all out this year with enhanced lighting engine, improved player models, realistic cutscenes and more.
Enhanced Lighting Engine
"Whether you're playing under the hot midday sun or the brilliant glow of the floodlights at night, lighting conditions in PES have never looked this vibrant," Konami said about PES 2020's lighting. "Vast improvements made to the lighting engine ensure a greater level of immersion as the stadium, stands and players are brought to life under both natural and man-made light.
"Enjoy a unique visual experience in every match as dynamic daytime lighting systems simulate the sun's position in the sky to create hyper-realistic shadows."
Cristiano Ronaldo evolution from PES 3 to PES 2020 :video_game:- Oh My Goal (@OhMyGoalUS) September 4, 2019
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Improved Player Models
"3D full-body scans have been taken of various players to add a new layer of photo-realism to player models in PES 2020. Scanned players have been recreated with exceptional attention to detail, with each of their movements calculated and rendered in game with stunning accuracy."
Realistic Cutscenes and Replays
"This year, you'll be able to sit down and treat yourself to a movie-grade experience with Master League's cinematic cutscenes, expertly interwoven with the mode's new dialogue system."
Enhanced Turf Rendering
"Dramatic improvements to turf rendering are coming to PES 2020 adding depth and personality to each blade of grass."
PES have also announced a new long-term partnership with Manchester United along with a brand new trailer for the upcoming game.
The club announced the news on their official website, providing details of the upcoming release:
"Created using state-of-the-art technology, the game boasts the most detailed recreation of the club's famous Old Trafford stadium seen yet." reads the Manchester United website.
They released the following screengrabs of several Manchester United players, including David de Gea and Paul Pogba, and they look stunning.
It has also been announced that Konami have renewed its partnership with FC Barcelona.
Back in 2016, Konami's European President, Tomotada Tashiro, and FCB Commercial Director, Francesco Calvo, presented the premium partnership at the Nou Camp's press hall.
If you haven't seen the official PES trailer yet, we've got you covered.
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