Konami has reported that Pro Evolution Soccer 2017 will be discharged on September thirteenth for PS4, Xbox One, PC, PS3, and Xbox 360.
The retail cost of the PC rendition, nonetheless, alludes to a last-gen port at the end of the day.
Nearby the amusement’s discharge date, distributor Konami likewise declared the retail costs for all stages. While the PS4 and Xbox One adaptations will offer for $ 60, the PC, Xbox 360, and PS3 forms will cost just $ 40. This “financial plan” cost for the PC form of PES 2017 clues at the likelihood that Konami may at the end of the day be discharging a last-gen PC adaptation.
The same happened with the PC rendition of PES 2016, which was essentially a port from the PS3/Xbox 360 adaptation of the diversion, and kept running on the old PES motor. The PS4 and Xbox One renditions, be that as it may, kept running on the new PES motor.
Konami hasn’t reported whether the PC variant will utilize the old PES motor, yet since it has the same sticker price as the last-gen console adaptations, it may recommend it will. Honestly, however, PC diversions are generally less expensive than console amusements.