Top 5 best sports games to try on PC in 2020 (Part 2)

Top 5 best sports games to try on PC in 2020 (Part 2)

PES was first appeared in 2001. Since then, PES has updated new game versions every year. This is also a soccer game that many gamers love on console platforms.

In 2011, the Pro Evolution Soccer brand was available in 19 languages ​​and was released in 62 different countries. In 2012, PES sold 81.65 million copies worldwide, becoming one of the best-selling sports games in the world.

Pro Evolution Soccer is known very early as PES or Winning Eleven (WE) or Japanese Football and after more than 15 years PES has become the most popular console sports game.

For those who have a passion for football, PES has become a legend. Immediately after the launch of the football PES 2020 version, it received praise from critics and fans alike. Some of the game’s significant changes include renaming from Pro Evolution Soccer to eFootball, gameplay, and improved graphics.

In particular, Konami focused more on Master League and physical interaction to bring new experiences to gamers. Along with the change in the passing mechanism and some other “skill” features, PES is an old game but continues to create a new wind for e-sports enthusiasts with round balls.

3. Need for Speed ​​2019

Need for Speed ​​2019 added an attractive sports game that is highly appreciated with content about racing. In this release, Need For Speed gives the participant a feeling of authentic racing and absolute perfection. A series of race choices, loud howls accompanying police convoys are the most impressive point of this game.

Need For Speed gives the participant a feeling of authentic racing

As of October 2009, more than 100 million Need for Speed ​​copies has been sold worldwide with various versions. As of 2020, 28 Need for Speed ​​versions has been released.

The game line was originally developed by a Canadian company

Distinctive Software, known under the name  EA Canada. The first version was released in  1994 as  Need for Speed in North America, Japan, and Europe. After the release of  Need for Speed: High Stakes, it went on to gain Western names. Since  Need for Speed: Underground, the game has allowed players to tune (tuning) the car to their liking.