With PES 2016, it appears the developers are prioritising the online stability ahead of more ‘superficial’ elements.
PES 2016 comes with a whole host of new and improved features that is set to raise the bar once again in a bid to retain its title of ‘Best Sports Game’.
In terms of the update itself, Konami’s Adam Bhatti revealed more information about it during an interview with Squawka/.
He admitted that only having 15 officially licensed teams from the Euro 2016 tournament is disappointing, but gamers can find a loophole to make things more accurate.
Players can manually alter squads, thanks to the game’s excellent edit mode – but it is not yet known how these potential changes will be affected by the proper title update.
Though the online element is yet to be tested, the offline portion of PES 2016 has been praised to the hilt.