Pro Evolution Soccer 2014's Teaser Trailer Contained In-Game Footage

DSOGaming writes: "A couple of hours ago, we presented you the teaser trailer of PES 2014. PES 2014 is powered by the FOX Engine and a proper trailer will be released during E3. And since we expect great things from that engine, a lot of people were confused about the content of that teaser trailer. Some suggested that it was CGI, while others claimed that it was in-game footage. And it appears that the trailer did not contain any CGI scenes at all."

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aaron58291972d ago

anyone caught the logo of fox engine on the ball?

3-4-51971d ago

This gen is about filling in more so than making everything more grand.

All the little things can be added without taking away and that equals more depth and realism as opposed to just more HD like graphics.

* Main thing is more animations which makes the game play more life like.

I'm really excited for next gen sports games.

first1NFANTRY1972d ago

why ofcourse it did. If you didn't notice that then i question you even call yourself a gamer. There's a huge difference between gameplay and CGI.

spdarksky1971d ago

How much i love and always a fan of PES, Konami always have that trend of "sucking" at every PES games whenever they gone to next gen platforms. I really really hope that this won't be one of them. Because i do enjoy PES2013.

pompombrum1971d ago

The original pes was good and that was their first next gen step on the ps2. PES 2008 and 2009 were TERRIBLE though, players warping all over the place and had the worst online I've seen all gen. Worst yet, Konami even had Seabass telling lies with 09 telling the community online was a top priority and well we all know how that turned out. Hopefully they've learned from their mistakes and make this a winner.

PigPen1971d ago

I quess I will have to go to gametrailers for the trailer.

mcstorm1971d ago

Looking forward to seeing this game as it looks like ill be getting my next football game on the WiiU and with EA taking there ball home I cant wait to see the new game play.

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