eFootball 2022 has finally arrived!
So, check out everything we know about the popular game mode, myClub in eFootball 2022 and whether it will be returning below.
Latest - eFootball 2022 OUT NOW
Konami's brand new title, eFootball 2022 is available to download right now.
Just head to your consoles' store and search for "eFootball 2022" to download the free-to-play game.
We do not yet have confirmation that myClub will be returning to the re-branded eFootball franchise.
However, with Master League definitely returning, we can expect the same for myClub.
This game mode has always been a bit of a tricky point for PES/eFootball, with the game struggling to compete with the dominance of FIFA Ultimate Team.
The move to go free-to-play offers up the game to the masses - but it's worth pointing out this has been available on PES Lite in recent years, and hasn't been able to move the needle.
What is myClub?
myClub is, alongside Master League, has been Konami's most popular mode for years now.
The goal is to build your super team, using whichever players you like for each position.
This will look quite similar to FIFA’s Ultimate Team (despite its differences) for comparison.
You compete online or vs the computor for game money (known as GP) to have better players/managers and renew your team’s contracts.
The more you play, the more experienced your players will be - which will result in higher stats.
Players have weekly condition rating updates - if they performed well in real life, they have an increased likelihood of performing well here (this was known as "Form" in Pro Evolution Soccer).
This makes things more challenging and interesting and allows for some diversity in the teams you face.
PES fans will be now be wondering, will eFootball have the rights to the same clubs as PES?
Well, we think so.
With Konami recently adding Italian clubs Atalanta and Napoli to their roster, we shouldn't see too much change in the licenses.
Napoli & Atalanta join the franchise
Napoli became the first club to sign-on for PES 2022, in a licence agreement that will become exclusive from the 2022/23 season.
Konami has also signed a long-term, exclusive partnership agreement with Atalanta.
This exclusive deal means that FIFA 22 will no longer include the official Atalanta team name, crest, kits and player names.