Pro Evo 2009 confirmed for autumn

New controls, moves and online options.

Konami has confirmed a new instalment in the Pro Evolution Soccer series will be released this autumn.

PES 2009 is in development for PS2, PS3, PSP, PC and Xbox 360. It's said to feature "a raft of extensive new additions" that will make it more like actually playing actual football than ever before.

You can expect improved graphics, so players look and move even more like their real-life counterparts. There will be new options so you can tailor the game to suit you, plus new moves, control elements and online elements.

"PES 2009 looks set to reaffirm the series' utter superiority," said ever-modest project leader Jon Murphy.

"We are committed to extending the realism of the new game with a wealth of key gameplay additions, and will produce a football title that truly embodies all the skill and pace that is good about the modern game."

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