PES 2020 Mobile: New game and mode arriving this October

The announcement of the new handheld version of the game puts more pressure on EA's FIFA 20.


PES 2020 is coming to your phone screens this October; will this be a hit or miss for your mobiles when it is released?

The new game will allow you to play anywhere at anytime. It will be available on the App Store for iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch and Google Play for Android devices.

RealSport takes a look into all that is involved with the Gamescom announcement of eFootball PES 2020 mobile and whether it will be a success for the PES brand.

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What will the major update to the PES mobile series bring?

Here is everything we know, the updates coming are:

  • New features like finesse dribble
  • Matchday, the all new game mode
  • Enhanced graphics and much more

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When it comes to Phones people become very picky on what is and isn’t allowed on it; for example, music, photos, apps and more. This is because we rely so heavily on our phones to perform everyday tasks and if something is taking up storage and isn’t being used… delete.

RealSport are hesitant whether the new game mode eFootball PES 2020 will be successful, or will it sit on the App Store/Google Play collecting digital cob webs?

eFootball is another expansion for PES to break into the competitive scene, otherwise known as eSports. This will allow its die hard players to play competitively against other good players on there phones.

A recent report from Activision suggest’s that 2.4 billion people are predicted to have played Mobile Games in 2019 so far. PES 2020, will allow its players to play from home on PlayStation, Xbox, PC and also Mobile.

Let us know what you think to this announcement from PES and whether you will download it when released in October or just stick to both the Console and PC version’s of the game.

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Callum Inwood

I'm currently a 3rd year University student studying Business Management and Entrepreneurship at the University of Chester. I'm a big Gaming and Esports enthusiast, taking interest into Call of Duty, Fortnite, FIFA, and GTA.

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