eFootball 2022 is finally here, and it's fair to say there have been some mixed reviews so far...
Not to worry, as the first update is coming this month!
Find out everything you need to know about the updates coming to eFootball 2022 below.
First eFootball 2022 update on the way
Konami has announced, via the official eFootball Twitter page, that the first update for their new game is coming very soon.
After recieving A LOT of negative feedback, Konami has finally responded with an update which will hopefullly fix the issues already reported and those that continue to be roperted.
We expect several more updates to follow in the coming weeks.
Version 0.9.1 release date
Konami has confirmed that Version 0.9.1 of eFootball 2022 will arrive on Thursday, 28 October 2021.
The release time has not yet been confirmed, but we expect Version 0.9.1 to go live as soon as soon as Thursday, 28 October starts.
When will eFootball 2022 mobile be released?
eFootball is out right now on all major consoles, but when will the mobile version become available?
eFootball 2022 mobile for iOS and Android devices will launch when the first major update goes live this Autumn.
So, could eFootball mobile be launch on the same date as Version 0.9.1?
This would mean that eFootball mobile will go live on Thursday, 28 October.
PES 2021 Mobile to be updated to eFootball 2022
Konami has announced that loads of changes will be coming to the mobile version of the game!
eFootball mobile will be available as an update to the existing PES 2021 app.
Current mobile users will be able to carry over a portion of their in-game assets from eFootball PES 2021.
PES 2021 replacement
eFootball is an all-new football simulation platform from the makers of PES and Winning Eleven.
eFootball 2022 is Free-to-play and completely rebuilt in Unreal Engine (4).
eFootball will launch worldwide first on PlayStation5, PlayStation4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, Windows 10 and PC Steam this Autumn, with iOS and Android to follow soon after.
eFootball represents a fresh approach for the long-running franchise, previously known as Pro Evolution Soccer.
It seems that Konami is trying to re-establish itself as a big name in gaming, taking a competitive share of the football game market by going free-to-play would be huge - but will it pay off?