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Of course, the mobile version of PES 2018 does come with some necessary alterations, but if you're a gamer looking to recreate the full PES experience on smartphones and tablets, this has got you covered.

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PES 2018 has the same 3D visuals and extensive online features as their full-scale game, and though they don't have as many of the licenses teams and players that FIFA have, they do have the likes of David Beckham, Romario and Ian Rush available this season.

If you're looking for something more casual and not anything as intense as FIFA Mobile or PES 2018, Pocket League Story 2 is here for you. The heavily pixelated game is football management at its most casual, with low stakes. There are no real-life players or teams in this game, and Kairosoft's version of this football simulation game is relaxed and stripped down, more like a Nintendo arcade game featuring sprites, upbeat music and lots and lots of colours.

There are two Football Manager games left to complete the list, with the first being FM Mobile 2018 if you're more inclined to play the scaled down version of the game on-the-go. The handheld iteration of the game is the popular football simulation game whittled to fit into the palm of your hand, and has been entirely tailored for the handset.

Football Manager Touch 2018, however, is different from FM Manager Mobile, with this version of the game streamlined to bring the ultimate Football Manager experience to tablets so users can immerse themselves deep into the gameplay immediately. This is the made-for-mobile Classic version found on PC and is richer than what the FM Mobile version has to offer, repackaged for mobile play without sacrificing some of the more enriching aspects of the game.

Pro Evolution Soccer 2019[a] (Abbreviated as PES 2019) is a football simulation video game developed by PES Productions and published by Konami for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.[1] It is the 18th instalment in the PES series and was released on 28 August 2018 in North America and on 30 August 2018 in Japan, Europe, and Australia.[2] At that time, Philippe Coutinho as a winger FC Barcelona appeared on the cover of the standard edition,[3] whereas David Beckham appears on the front cover of the legend edition. Scottish clubs Celtic and Rangers have been brought to the game along with their stadiums, bringing the world-famous Old Firm derby to the gaming world in full detail.[4][5] This was the final instalment in the franchise to be branded as just PES, following the decision to rebrand it eFootball Pro Evolution Soccer, starting with 2020's edition and then just simply eFootball for the upcoming instalment.

On 1 June 2018, Konami announced on their website that top German club Borussia Dortmund will not be officially licensed for PES 2019.[19] This is despite the club appearing in some of the promotional assets of PES 19.[20] Konami said "the license agreement was to the use of Borussia Dortmund's logos, players, stadium, and other features in the Konami products until June 2020. However, this agreement was prematurely terminated by Borussia Dortmund".[21]

On 4 June 2018, Konami announced a new partnership with FC Schalke 04[22][23] just days after Dortmund terminated their agreement.[24] As part of their establishment with S04 as a PES partner club, Konami produced a highly detailed recreation of the club's Veltins Arena with the use of state-of-the art 3D scanning technology with extremely high fidelity, detailed kits, player likenesses,[25] and a real-world shirt and ground sponsorship.[26] Alexander Jobst, Schalke's marketing director, stated how Schalke was happy to have on board a world-famous game manufacturer like Konami. It shows the leading role that FC Schalke 04 has in E-Sports internationally. "Konami is like no other company and allows our fans to play with the true S04 in game", he said. Brand and Business Development at Konami, Jonas Lygaard said, "FC Schalke 04 is one of the most famous and successful clubs in Europe and is working hard in the domain of E-Sports. That suits Konami."[25]

On 19 July 2018, Konami announced a new partnership with AS Monaco.[27] As part of the partnership agreement, AS Monaco captain Radamel Falcao became an official local ambassador of the game and appears on the French edition of the game alongside global cover star Philippe Coutinho. Along with kits and players, AS Monaco's stadium, Stade Louis II, is available after release via DLC. "This is a wide-ranging agreement with AS Monaco, which will see this illustrious club working closely with KONAMI across a number of avenues," commented Jonas Lygaard, Senior Director Brand and Business Development at Konami Digital Entertainment B.V. "In addition to working closely with the club to ensure they are perfectly recreated within the game; we are delighted that a player of Radamel Falcao's calibre has agreed to become our local Ambassador. We look forward to a long and productive partnership that will show the scale and ambition Konami has for the PES series."

On 30 July 2018, Konami announced a new partnership with Celtic,[28] before announcing a partnership with Glasgow rivals Rangers the day after.[29] As part of both partnership agreements, a special, limited club edition of the game is available, and the clubs' stadiums, Celtic Park and Ibrox, are available in the game via DLC.

In total, 355 clubs are present in the game; out of these, 293 are licensed.[18] This marks an increase of twenty-two additional club sides compared with PES 2018. A total of 79 more clubs are licensed.[30] Seventeen leagues are playable in the game, fourteen licensed, along with the AFC Champions League.[18] There are ten additional licensed leagues and four more leagues overall when compared with the previous edition of the game.[30]

Five new clubs have announced partnership deals since the release of Pro Evolution Soccer 2018, with PES 2019 being the first game of the partnership deal. These clubs are Celtic, Monaco, Rangers, São Paulo and Schalke 04.[18] São Paulo were licensed in PES 2018, without a partnership deal, whereas Monaco and Schalke 04 were licensed in the previous game as part of their league's license deal.[30] Celtic were last featured as a licensed club in PES 2014; Rangers, in PES 2012.

The English Premier League and EFL Championship, the Italian Serie A, and the Spanish La Liga appear as unlicensed leagues in the game, as with previous editions.[18] These leagues, however, feature real players. Serie A, referred to in-game as Italian League, have all clubs licensed, except Juventus.[18] Fictional versions of the second divisions in Italy and Spain do not feature in the game, unlike in previous seasons.[18] A new league, Thailand's Thai League, was announced on 4 September 2018.[year needed][citation needed]

In Japan, Winning Eleven 2019 sold 187,453 copies as of January 2018.[45] In the United Kingdom, PES 2019 opened at number-one on the software sales chart, but opening-week sales were down 42% compared to PES 2018.[46] 350c69d7ab


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