Konami’s eFootball released on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X for free

PES Has Been Renamed eFootball, and It's Fully Free-to-Play

Konami’s eFootball has released now on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X for free. The new game, now operating on Unreal Engine, includes cross-play support across all platforms.

Konami has green-lit true cross play for eFootball across all platforms, including mobile. However mobile players will need to use a controller to play against console players. eFootball will also offer free updates to its roster and other features as the months and years progress.

After decades of full-priced football simulators launching periodically, the first big genre extravaganza is here: eFootball, a free-to-play Pro Evolution Soccer successor, is available to download for free now on PlayStation 5 and PS4.

eFootball is a series of association football simulation video games developed and published by Konami since 1995. It consists of eighteen main instalments and several spin-off style titles that have been released on many different platforms. The series has consistently achieved critical and commercial success.

eFootball is available on PC (Steam, Windows Store), Xbox and PlayStation consoles, and will make its way to smartphones at a later date.