The Xbox 720 and PS4 will featuring some of the best gaming engines the industry has to offer, and the upcoming title "PES 2014," will be featuring the FOX Engine that is also powering "Metal Gear Solid: Ground Zeroes."
According to a report from VG24/7 on Thursday, "PES" creative producer Kei Masuda talked about the plans they have for "PES 2014's" game engine and that they needed to change things up a bit.
"We couldn’t really overhaul our old engine in the yearly development cycle.
"The schedule was too demanding. We reflected on the difficult transition from PS2 to PS3 and could see the next-gen coming. We needed to make a new engine," Masuda said.
The new control scheme that "PES 2014" will feature also "detaches player movement from the ball and gives direct control to a player’s center of gravity."
Gamers who saw the demo from "Metal Gear Solid: Ground Zeroes" will surely remember everything that was shown off was from Kojima's newest creation, FOX Engine.
FOX is a system that will be utilized for Xbox 720 and PS4 games, and it looks like "PES 2014" will also be using the tech.
In a time where sports games typically don't upgrade much from a visual standpoint, this could really step up the visuals and performance of "PES" when it is played on Xbox 720 and PS4.
It's main competitor "FIFA" would surely need to answer with an engine upgrade of their own, right?