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Pro Evolution Soccer 2017
 (officially abbreviated as PES 2017, also known in Japan as Winning Eleven 2017) is the 16th installment in the Pro Evolution Soccer series. On 25 May 2016, Pro Evolution Soccer 2017 was announced and scheduled to be released on late 2016 on PCXbox 360Xbox OnePlayStation 3and PlayStation 4. The cover of the game features FC Barcelona players Neymar JrLionel MessiLuis SuárezIvan Rakitic and Gerard Pique. On 26 July 2016,Konami Digital Entertainment officially announced a premium partnership with FC Barcelona allowing “extensive” access to the Camp Nou stadium, which will be exclusive to the game for three years.[1] Features includes, among others, improved passing, Real Touch ball control, and improved goal tending technique. 


Edit and Data sharing

At E3 2016 it was announced that edit data can now be transferred between PS4consoles via USB. Data sharing will also be compatible across multiple regions, allowing European, US and Asian users to all share data among each other. Kits and created teams/players can be obtained with far more ease than in previous versions of PES.



Partnership with FC Barcelona

On 26 July 2016, Konami Digital Entertainment Co. Ltd. announced an official partnership with FC Barcelona that would be effective across their titles for 3 years saying "The FCB signature style Tiki-Taka, the powerful “hymno”, the FCB classic (historical) kit data release, and Legend player appearances are some of the things Konami are planning to bring into the game to provide the best experience to the fans. Customers are entitled to sign an FCB player who can be used in the widely popular PES mode myClub by pre-ordering the digital download version of PES 2017 through the PlayStation®Store."[5]Exclusive use of the Camp Nou is reserved to the Pro Evolution Soccer titles for the duration of the licence.



Commentary

Peter Drury and Jim Beglin are set to provide English commentary. PES 2017 is rumored to have included a new technical innovation in the form of audio concatenation, the process by which individual units are linked to create a fluid, more "natural" sounding commentary. [6] Milton Leite and Mauricio Noreiga will provide Portuguese commentary. Jon Kabira and Tsuyoshi Kitazawa are expected to remain as commentators for the Japanese version.

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