The launch of eFootball 2022 is a huge disappointment for fans. The game has been negatively surprised by too many errors and Konami apologizes.
The debut of eFootball 2022 left a bad taste in the mouth of all the players around the world. The product of the Konami it came out in a reduced and incomplete format as anticipated by the colossus. For the moment, however, it would seem more like a demo than a finished product launch unlike its competitor. Fifa.
The advances of the KonamiHowever, they did not save eFootball from the ruthless judgment of the players. In addition, even critics have relegated it to one of the worst products of the Japanese house. The changes to the gameplay have not been reduced to anyone, but the technical sector of the game is also too raw. As if that wasn’t enough for users of Playstation 5 There were also problems with online matchmaking. For this reason Konami ran to apologize on their social profiles.
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eFootball 2022, Konami’s apologies: “There will be updates”
After numerous protests from users on social media, Konami spoke with a press release in which he decided to apologize to all fans of the football saga. Indeed, I negative feedback more frequent were linked to the speed of the steps, to the defensive mechanisms, but above all to the grotesque and hilarious graphical errors. So, the Japanese company promised the first updates already at the end of October.
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The real launch of e-Football 2022however, it will match the first major game update scheduled for early November and with the product that will also land on mobile devices. In any case Konami He had already warned his players with electronic football destined to evolve over time, as it happens with all games free to play successful. Today, however, the product is insufficient and even being free saves the latest product released by Konami.
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