The Pro Evolution Soccer developer does not support the competing developer
In an interview he gave this week For the British edition of the official PlayStation magazine, John Murphy, the main developer of Pro Evolution Soccer 2013, managed to fire the first shot in the well-publicized war between the two football series that have dominated the market in recent years - the EA FIFA series, and the one mentioned above.
When asked what he thinks of the changes - mainly aesthetic - that the FIFA series has undergone in the last three years, he replied: "We have always emphasized gameplay, and that is where we also want to return (this year). EA probably thinks they've made enough progress with how the game is played, and that they have other things to do. Maybe they want to attract a new audience through new features. But I always found it appropriate to focus on the game itself, on the special feel of the game at PES. "
You may think these are ordinary nonsense, and it is your right to think so. but OPM Registrar's Letter In fact, it appears that the 2013 version of PES may conquer the sales charts at the expense of the longtime competitor.