News articles should actually be so objective and objective as possible. However, in some cases one can hardly convey the readers that the author does not break out in desperate laughter whether the message to be transferred.
In any case, Konami is currently facing the laughing number with PES successor Efootball so that we were seriously briefly considered, under the heading just to post the well-known Picard-FacePalm-MeMe. But now enough of the impractiation: the initially deferred update 0.9.1 has been published today and should allegedly eliminate numerous bugs.
Efootball Update 0.9.2: Players no longer pass the ball!
The small patch 0.9.1 was finally published today after a shift and is said to include numerous bugfixes according to Konami. We remember the free2play title Efootball appeared on September 30th and had huge technical and playful problems.
In our test to Konamis football simulation, we simply certified the game. Even the players were disappointed disappointed by the successor of the once so great Pro-Evolution Soccer series and awarded to steam mass-tight negative ratings.
Above all, it was criticized that Konami took a year longer than usual for the football title time and promised a great playful and technical progress.
How incredibly broken efootball was in the launch version, you can see now on the patch notes of Update 0.9.1, which has long not to solve all bugs fixed and other problems of the game. Among other things, Efootball is now no longer crashen, players no longer simply run through advertising bands and no longer pass the ball even though the ball lies right in front of them.
Furthermore, players allegedly no longer dissolve in air and spook on the course as invisible ghost kickers. Halloween is finally over. Here you can read all the patch notes of the update 0.9.1.
Efootball: Patch 1.0.0 only in the spring 2022, refunds for pre-order
With the good news that finally some bugs are fixed, but also directly the next bad news: Version 1.0.0 of Efootball was postponed to the spring 2022, though this should actually appear this month. It can be assumed that therefore some much-needed content updates are postponed, after all, the premium player package already acquired in advance is also linked to the update.
However, pre-orders of the package will be scanced and the players who had already ordered this will get their money back. That was known Konami today on Twitter. So you would like to be ahead of a shitstorm.
Efootball: Mobile version also shifted
But now it comes thicker, because Konami was now also known on Twitter that the mobile version of Efootball, which should already appear in autumn, was postponed to the spring 2022. This is of course Bitter insofar, as this mobile version was just the technical progress of Konamis football simulation, as the Free2Play title should provide completely CrossSplay.
The fans should therefore be quite annoyed that Konami sacrificed the evolution of the former PES series for a version that is far from market for a long time. And what happened to Konami as a market for the market, we all saw on the PC and console versions of Efootball.
From Christian Dörree editor 05.11.2021 at 13:52