Konami Pledges Oct 28 to Fix eFootball After Failed Start

Konami announced on Twitter that shareware soccer simulator eFootball 2022, the successor to the PES series, will receive a big patch on October 28th. The game was released at the end of September on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series and faced a wave of discontent from users due to numerous bugs and problems. Now the rating of the project on Steam is only 11% with 19 thousand reviews.

Source: Steam

Source: Steam

The developers promised that patch 0.9.1 will fix the problems that players have been talking about before and continue to talk about. Konami thanked users for reporting bugs and asked them to continue submitting bug reports. The studio will present the details of the planned update later.

Source: Twitter

Source: Twitter

Players criticized eFootball for outdated graphics, locked frame rates, poor server connections, long downloads, lack of optimization, bugs with soccer animations, and more.


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