‘eFootball’ to introduce 97 licensed teams from across England and Europe

‘eFootball’ to introduce 97 licensed teams from across England, Spain, Italy and France

Konami has announced that 97 licensed teams will be available in eFootball 2023 following the 2.4 update.

Have a look at the latest patch notes for eFootball update 2.4

Available in the offline trial match mode, 97 professional real-world teams will be available in eFootball including those from the four major European leagues of England, Spain, Italy, and France.

“Step onto the pitch as Manchester United FC, Internazionale Milano, FC Barcelona or any of their respective league rivals when you play offline or with friends online in ‘Friend Match’ mode,” reads a press release.

Before this new update, only 26 real-world teams (known as partner teams) were available.

Gameplay Updates

Response Enhancement on Second Touch Plays

  • We have also made adjustments to the players’ second touches. This allows for more responsive dribbling, passing and shooting and an easier transition towards your next move in general.

Further Dribbling Manoeuvrability Enhancements

  • We have reviewed different animations as well as the ball touch speed of players. The next time you flick that L stick, you will realise that you can now perform a more responsive turn in the desired direction.

Enhanced Effect of Acrobatic Finishing

  • Taking the current shot-on-target rate and goalscoring rate into account, we have decided to increase the shot accuracy of the Player Skill “Acrobatic Finishing”. In addition, the activation conditions have also been reviewed and adjusted to ensure that the Player Skill will be activated in appropriate scenarios.

Elsewhere in the championship pro club selection, “there will be two players who turn up in-game from five of the core clubs to feature in the eFootball championship pro: FC Barcelona, FC Bayern München, Arsenal FC, AS Monaco, AS Roma.”

eFootball has also confirmed “major players from the winter transfer window” will be updated in the game, with the announcement suggesting that “a new change of club scenery may be the catalyst for a fevered run for your ‘Dream Team’.”

Manchester City’s manager Pep Guardiola will also be coming to eFootball alongside Benevento’s former head coach Fabio Cannavaro as part of the latest manager pack, which allows players to boost game experience for specific footballers by up to 400 per cent.

eFootball is also set to celebrate Carnivale by introducing a Brazilian footballing legend while the 30th anniversary of the J-League will see famous Japanese footballers receive special cards.

The 2.4 update will also introduce a series of bug and community fixes, following player feedback

Last year, it was confirmed that Konami had agreed an exclusivity deal with Italian football club Inter Milan for eFootball. From July 2024, the team can appear in “no other video game”.

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