When the PS Plus games lineup for July 2019 was introduced, PES 2019 was listed as one of many free PS4 video games for the month. However, this was later modified, with Detroit: Become Human replacing the soccer game on the final minute. Now, Konami has responded to questions in regards to the information by stating it was Sony’s choice.
In a brief assertion, a Konami spokesperson advised GameSpot: “This decision was made by Sony and so please make an inquiry to Sony.”
In its personal assertion, Sony admitted it had taken the choice itself however declined to elaborate: “We have determined to make a change to the PS Plus video games lineup this month, and will probably be providing Detroit: Become Human Digital Deluxe Edition as a substitute of PES 2019. This was a call we determined to make as an organization, and we apologize for any inconvenience.”
European PES model supervisor Lennart Bobzien, in the meantime, advised GameSpot on the day of the change that it was not deliberate and had taken Konami abruptly: “I cannot really tell you what happened because I just found out today, in the morning when I opened my laptop. I can’t really explain.”
PES 2019’s successor is on the way in which later this 12 months. It’s formally titled eFootball: PES 2020–see why PES has changed its name here–and will embody Manchester United as a licensed crew. It will not, nevertheless, function any women’s teams.
PES 2020 launches for PS4, Xbox One, and PC on September 10. A demo model, which incorporates on-line and offline match varieties in addition to the sport’s edit mode, will launch on July 30. Stay tuned to GameSpot for a full PES 2020 gameplay preview.