The Replace That Makes eFootball a Full Sport Has Been Delayed to 2022

The Update That Makes eFootball a Full Game Has Been Delayed to 2022


Konami has delayed the 1.0.0 replace for eFootball from November 10 till Spring 2022 – successfully pushing again the launch of the complete model of the sport.

Introduced on the eFootball web site, the developer says that it “concluded that extra time is required to ship the product within the high quality that may meet the expectations of our customers and have determined to postpone the supply.”

The present model of eFootball has been described by Konami as “mainly a demo”, with 1.0.0 set so as to add the sport’s Artistic Groups mode, a number of new methods to play (together with regular on-line matches), new participant sorts, microtransactions and extra. That replace was additionally set so as to add cellular variations of the sport, however Konami now says it can “announce particulars of additional updates and schedule for the cellular model later.”

Successfully, the launch of the meant, full model of eFootball has been pushed again – one other troublesome second in what has been a really disastrous launch.

In the present day’s announcement additionally noticed Konami cancel pre-orders for its Premium Participant Pack, a £32.99/$39.99 fee that could not be used till the 1.0.0 patch was launched. All gamers who had already paid for the pre-order shall be refunded robotically, however Konami says it “could take a while to be accomplished.” Gamers who did pre-order may also should delete and reinstall the sport.

In additional optimistic information, a patch that goals to repair among the many bugs within the present model of the sport shall be launched in the present day, November 5, and Konami says, “We are going to proceed to enhance and replace our recreation.”

Whereas bug fixes shall be a welcome addition, they definitely do not handle lots of the issues within the recreation, which we mentioned “has quite a lot of work left to do on the pitch to make folks truly need to play it within the first place,” in a damning review-in-progress.

Joe Skrebels is IGN’s Govt Editor of Information. Comply with him on Twitter. Have a tip for us? Wish to talk about a doable story? Please ship an e mail to newstips@ign.com.



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