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Konami Digital Entertainment, Inc. knows that impressing soccer fans is tough, but this year, Pro Evolution Soccer 2017 (PES 2017) is set to knock those fans' knee-high socks off. Building on previous games' success, PES 2017 promises to let gamers "control reality" through a range of new systems: Precise Pass for improved passing, Total Team Control for various attack/defend settings, and Advanced Instruction for developing and setting strategies based on each team's specific ideology. 

In addition to this, gamers can expect a more dynamic level of visual realism thanks to a new engine that supports photo-quality player models, more natural animations, and A.I. that adapts as it plays. Fans will be thrilled with a new Real Touch system that builds on its previous Team ID and Player ID systems, to change gameplay according to each famous player’s specific abilities.

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Along with the reality upgrade, PES 2017 brings gameplay improvements suggested by the PES community—things like goalkeeper overhauls, improved referees, and multiple saves. Longtime fans will also enjoy more insight into the game's popular Master League and My Club modes.

For 15 years, Konami's blockbuster soccer franchise has brought dedicated soccer fans the realistic, heart-and-head-pounding action they live for. When PES 2017 arrives this autumn for the Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC, players can expect an unparalleled level of competitive authenticity.

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