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Tuesday, 12 March 2013 09:11

PES is moving to the Fox Engine

Written by David Stellmack

Fox Engine makes it look like the real thing

The new Fox Engine that has been developed by Kojima Productions will be used as the new engine for both current and future generations of PES titles. The version of the Fox Engine that it will use is a modified version that has apparently been customized to power the football/soccer franchise going forward.

What is very interesting is that the Fox Engine would only be on the next generation of consoles. Apparently, this is not correct, as it will use the Fox Engine on the current PES offering that is in development. The engine is apparently flexible enough to scale between the two platforms, which presents some interesting possibilities. Of course there will be a difference in image quality, but the Fox Engine is said to be able to render so well it looks like the real thing.

From what we have been able to determine, it will be surprising if we don’t see PES 2014 on just about every platform that you can think of. It apparently is coming to Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PC, and Wii U, and both the PlayStation 4 and Xbox Next, as well. It will be very interesting to compare the graphical difference between the versions.

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