Konami has gone on to state that they will be utilizing the Fox engine (created by Kojima Productions) to create Pro Evolution Soccer 2014. This is the same engine that Kojima is using to create the upcoming Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain.
From what we know of PES 2014, it will feature six tenets. These tenets revolve around what Konami has termed “TrueBall technology”, which features advanced physics. This will allow players to trap or knock a pass using the analogue stick.
In addition, it will use a system called the Motion Animation Stability System that simulates bodily contact between multiple players. It also utilizes a system called Heart, allowing teammates to rally together in order to boost the morale of other members.
Was the decision to skip over the next generation this year a wise one?