Aug 30, 2012 04:47 PM EDT | By Juan G. Rodriguez
Konami has released a second demo for Pro Evolution Soccer 2013 that showcases some of the game's continuing improvements and an immersing training experience.
The new demo allows gamers to play two five-minute halves for a total of 10 minutes per game and features 11 real-life teams. Since the first demo, Konami has definitely improved the games look and feel.
The training exercise truly helps players get a better feel for the control system and that makes passing and shooting a lot easier to pull off especially since the game's artificial intelligence has improved. The training turtorial goes over things like dribbling, double dribbling and passing.The game's AI is slightly better than the last demo and worked in unison to get a shot on goal.
The game's target passes feel better than last time and I was able to get shots on goal far more often than in the last demo. The course of shots and passes has been polished. There has been an improve to the speed of passes and kicks. I feel like the defenders worked harder to get in the way shot but did so more organically than the previous demo.
The player models looked a tad better and the movements looked a little less stiff. They move better on the pitch and made cut more fluidly. The goalies blocked shot animation looked better, but I am not sure if it is improvement from the past demo or that I just didn't notice it last time.
The second demo released on Aug. 28, for Xbox 360 users and Aug. 29, for PlayStation 3. The demo has not yet released for PC users, but is expected in early September.
PES 2013 Demo 2 includes 11 fully licensed teams : Real Madrid, Barcelona, Valencia, Athletic Club Bilbao, Manchester United, Bayern Munich, Juventus, Santos, Corinthians, Boca Juniors and Chivas.
In case you haven't heard about all the real live teams that are now in the game click here.
Watch a trailer for the game below...
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