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eFootball 2022 PC System Requirement, Release Date, Demo, Free To Play And $40 Pre-Order Bundle

Updated: Oct 27, 2021

Konami Finally revealed the PC System Requirement and $40 DLC Bundle for eFootball 2022. Recently Konami has replaced the PES series with eFootball. Although the game is free-to-play, and release on September 30, 2021, for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, PC, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, Android, and iOS. and will only be available as a digital download.

Konami has already effectively admitted that eFootball will be a demo at launch, which will come with just nine teams and six stadiums. Those teams include the likes of Barcelona

Bayern Munich, Juventus, Manchester United, Arsenal, Corinthians, Flamengo, Sao Paulo, and River Plate. Konami has also said that the" game will launch with online cross-generation matchmaking". Look like, it seems that online play will be delivered through weekly online events that fans can enter using pre-set teams to earn rewards such as GP. The game will have three currencies – eFootball Coin, eFootball Points (earned through gameplay), and GP (also earned through gameplay).

Konami also says that you will be able to "sign footballers and coaches that match your favorite formations and tactics, then train and strengthen them to play against players from around the world." Fans will also be able to "target the signings that they covet the most, making team building more accessible," and can, "choose a base team from one of over 600 licensed clubs in the game" on creative team mode.

What is inside on DLC Bundle Of eFootball 2022

Although, a pre-order has just gone live on the Xbox and PlayStation stores at the price of $39.99 / £32.98 for eFootball 2022 Player Pack. Inside the pack, you get two bonus players like L. Messi, Neymar Jr, T. Kubo, Ansu fati, D. Upamecano, M. Rashford, also former star cover of this game Cristiano Ronaldo recently join Manchester United may be on the Bundle and Jonathan Dos Santos, etc.

The two extra players also include 2,800 eFootball Coins ( in-game currency). There will be used to help build your creative team in the game

This bundle includes the base eFootball game, 6 ‘Chance Deals’. Include, Each chance deal will allow you to sign 16 top-tier Ambassadors and partner club players. The Chance deal will expire on 30 April 2022, so make sure to use them to sign your player before expiration.

Konami said that "When the game launches on September 30, there will be no players to claim and nowhere for players to spend their eFootball Coins" continue " the game’s first main update in mid-November will include several new modes, including Creative Teams, in which players build their squad similar to myClub feature in previous PES games.

In short, you can only be claimed and used eFootball coins and Chance Deal on mid-November. On 11 November 2021, you can claim the Player bundle, and after this, you can use eFootball coins on 18 November 2021 for building a squad.

eFootball 2022 PC System Requirement

Konami finally reveal pc requirement for eFootball 2022. You already know Konami build this game with Unreal Engine 4 for making eFootball 2022.

Konami recommended using an Intel i5-7600 or AMD Ryzen 5 1600 with 8 GB ram, and additional require 50 GB storage for download. Konami also suggests GPU like Nvidia Geforce GTX 1060 or an AMD Radeon RX 590, or above for a better experience.

The minimum system requirements for eFootball 2022 include:

  • Require a 64-bit processor and OS

  • OS - Windows 10

  • CPU - Intel Core i5-2300 or AMD FX-4350

  • GPU - Nvidia GeForce GTX 660 Ti or AMD Radeon HD 7790

  • RAM - 8 GB

  • Storage - 50 GB

The maximum system requirement for eFootball 2022 include:

  • Require a 64-bit processor and OS

  • OS - Windows 10

  • CPU - Intel Core i5-7600 or AMD Ryzen 5-1600

  • GPU - Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 or AMD Radeon RX 590

  • RAM - 8 GB

  • Storage - 50 GB

I am a big fan of the PES series, I played this game for about 2 hours per day. I understand and appreciate that eFootball 2022 is Free-To-play, but considering players will have to wait to build their creative team, there is not seem much value here. The difference is that a season pass is usually sold alongside the complete product. At least Konami adds some feature gameplay and unlocks the full game on launch day. This is the first time I see when Konami released the PES demo version on the official launch date of the game. I don't understand the concept for content upcoming later down is not uncommon in this industry. You will pre-order bundle, and then after wait 2 months to be used or claimed not in the Launch date. It's up to you whether you should buy now or buy later?, but it's hilariously to me to see this pre-order stuff, when I m going to play for a free-to-play game, but it's not even spending the money.

It's the fact that you can't use this for another two months literally. Why do you buy a simple laptop that you can't turn on or play or use on for over two months? It's like going out spending more money on high feature laptop don't play over 2 or 4 months. My point is that just buy it when it comes out.

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