Card collection elements in sports games aren’t new; EA’s FIFA games have done Ultimate Team, a mode where we build your teams by collecting cards, into an essential partial of sports games. And, after Ultimate Team became a outrageous money cow for FIFA, EA went on to supplement identical modes to other games. Now, Konami is holding a label collection disturb to a PES franchise, though this one is opposite from EA’s take on a formula. In PES Card Collection [Free], that has only launched today, we collect actor cards from both inhabitant teams and leagues opposite a universe and build a strongest group we can. However, we don’t indeed play a sport, like we do in FIFA; instead, we build a group and see a diversion played in 3D, a bit like sports manager games.
Konami is adding some engaging modes to a formula, like one where we and 10 other players any select one label and build a group to go opposite 11 other players, an thought that could be utterly fun. There are also copiousness of missions to finish and solo online matches. And we can also use football-related emotes to disaster with your opponents. The diversion is out now and is, of course, free-to-play.