eFootball 2022, formerly Pro Evolution Soccer, is the most criticized game in Steam history


FIFA wasn’t the only game that came out this week.

Konami (former producers of Pro Evolution Soccer) have announced that they will be launching a free-to-play game called eFootball 2022.

PES has always been FIFA’s biggest rival when it comes to the best football game and has maintained itself using surprisingly realistic face scans. Some in which players would say FIFA better because of their detail.

Is this the case this year? Not really. In fact, not at all, honestly.

On the contrary, it is rather disappointing, but people will say that you get what you pay for.

Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel messi Looks like they took a slow motion punch to get their face scanned for eFootball.

Some say it “lacks content left and right” while others call it a “mobile game”.

Then there are those who complain about things like the engine and game lag.

One reviewer says eFootball 2022 is a “psychological horror game” that requires users to “consider breaking the keyboard or throwing the controller out the window.”

In fact, the game’s launch went so badly that it’s currently the most hated game on Steam right now. Ouch!

It already has an “extremely negative” rating, although it has only been on the shelves for a few days.

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The Steam250 website, which tracks the games with the worst reviews by calculating the percentage difference, shows that eFootball 2022 is currently the worst. Out of over 7,000 reviews, the game has only received 1,600 upvotes at the time of writing.

That’s a measly 8%.

Konami quickly released a statement following the reaction to the game, which read, “We would also like to acknowledge that there have been reports of issues that users have experienced with cutscenes, facial expressions, player movements. and the behavior of the ball.

“We are very sorry for the problems and want to assure everyone that we will take all concerns seriously and strive to improve the current situation.



“Starting next week, we will be preparing an update in October, while receiving further notifications through questionnaires to our users.

“We will do our best to keep as many users as possible happy and look forward to your continued support for eFootball 2022.”

A launch week to really, really forget!

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