Patch 1.0 promises to turn the game from what Konami said was “basically a demo” into the fully-fledged first version of its new soccer series.
This version of eFootball was originally expected to launch on November 10 but became the latest problem in a pretty disastrous launch.
On a team level, new game plan options have been added allowing players to change formations, alter player roles, employ tactics, and so on.
Finally, Konami has adopted a client-server system to improve online connectivity, but said these changes are just the tip of the iceberg in terms of the overall fixes brought with patch 1.0.
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