Pro Evolution Soccer, together with FIFA, is definitely one of the football games par excellence for PC that makes a great impact year after year with every new version. With PES 2016 myClub - Pro Evolution Soccer, you can the play the free edition of Konami's game, with certain limitations, but thanks to which you can see what it's like to play PES 2016.
Three game modes available
Obviously, Pro Evolution Soccer 2016 myClub doesn't come along with exactly all the features of the paid version, but it does offer us three interesting modes to learn how to control this football simulator:
- Exhibition mode: play an offline friendly and score goals with any of the seven clubs and national teams available, including Bayern, Juve, France or Brazil.
- Practice mode: learn how to control the player, enhance your tricks and skills, shots, passes, running into space and tackles for when the time comes to play real matches and win trophies.
- myClub mode: an online manager mode very similar to FIFA's Ultimate Team in which you can create from scratch your dream team with legendary players from any league and practice as a manager choosing the tactics and designing the strategies.
Advantages of PES 2016 myClub
The best thing about this football game compared to the complete version is obviously its price: it's free! Despite not being able to play online friendlies, we'll be able to enjoy the rest of its great features: its playability, powerful artificial intelligence, realism and high-quality graphics.
However, PES 2017 replaced the 2016 edition some time ago, and in a few months time PES 2018 will come along, so this isn't exactly the best way to play the most updated football game. The best thing would be able to update all the teams' squads to continue playing but in that case, Konami would lose money because it would sell fewer games. They're probably not too interested in the idea. Just to think that you end up spending about 70 dollars for a game that's going to be outdated in a couple of months time sends a shiver down my spine.
Well, at least this version is for free so there's not too much we can moan about and we're not even going to bother to compare it with is rival developed by EA Sports. Let's just way to see when the free-to-play version of Pro 2017 comes out.