The ever popular PES 2010 game by Konami is being revisited and revised with new features in the next installment to the soccer series of games. PES 2011 will have two major changes involved with it: 1) It will have social features added to it through a platform like Scoreloop or OpenFeint and 2) It will come with local WiFi and Bluetooth multiplayer.
Aside from those two major additions to the game there will be a bunch of smaller tweaks and improvements mostly dealing with the gameplay itself but also some graphical tweaks like more realistic weather and things of that nature.
Other interesting features of PES 2011 is custom team management, injury management and the ability to change defender just by tapping elsewhere on the screen. Most of the changes slated for PES 2011 came from user comments on Konami’s Facebook page so it is good to see developers listening to feedback from the players.
PES 2011 will be available on other platforms as well as Android and is slated to be released sometime in October. As for online WiFI multiplayer, it is being explored but there has been no word either way as to whether it’ll show up anytime soon.
Webite Referenced: PocketGamer
Developer Website: Konami