For me, the UK Studio should take care of the transfers as well as the presentation, translation & commentary. If anything, it would give Konami more time/resources to work on fixing the awful gameplay we got for 2014. It would be nice if the transfers were up to date on the day of release but you really have to look at Konami's track record with things like this, I don't remember the transfers being up to date on the release day of any PES game on the XBOX 360. It's a nice thought Seabass but I'm not holding my breath!!Seabass wrote:The line's always been "presentation, translation and commentary". Also take a look at this tweet from onlyproevo from January.carlboy wrote:Does anybody know what involvement the UK Studio have in relation to the development of PES 2015? Personally, I hope they're put in charge of the summer transfers
As for summer transfers, surely they will be done for release day. I'm hoping that we get to see monthly, maybe even weekly squad updates so us fans can always play with the latest lineups and transfers. Although, a feature like this should have been in PES years ago to be honest.Hirano says new UK PES Productions studio is "looking at the needs of the European people". Konami want to globalize the franchise.
I totally agree with you when it comes to regular squad updates, it's something I would really like to see. I think before they could ever implement it they would have to sort out the player stats, they've been way too unrealistic for years - there are far too many players in the game who are in the high 80's/low 90's. Maybe there'll be some in depth news about the UK Studios involvement at this years E3.
There really is a hell of a lot of work to be done, I wonder if Konami are truly aware of how much they've pi**ed off their fanbase, especially over the past year?