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PES 2014 iOS – MyPES

Written by on Tuesday, 19 November 20133 Comments

Konami have once again provided an app to help gamers manage their PES needs whilst on the go. Whereas previously this app has been Facebook based, fans will now have access to Pro Evolution data on their Apple based device, as the PES ‘myPES’ app has been announced as a free download for iOS

Taking results sharing and the PES Community m,ode to the next level, the app will allow gamers to interact with the virtual footballing world portrayed by Konami. The press release is featured below.

KONAMI unveils free PES 2014 companion app for iOS systems, Android to follow

Konami Digital Entertainment B.V. has extended the reach of its popular myPES social element of PES 2014, with the release of a dedicated app for iOS users, with an Android version to follow shortly.

myPES was introduced in PES 2012 in a very basic form, and was designed to allow the sharing of results within the PES community. It has now been extended greatly and the free app allows for more detailed player and game data to be shared between users.

The app is released alongside the second PES 2014 Data Pack, which includes functions to support sending stats data from PES 2014. The companion app thus allows users to check and organise their match stats on their iOS and Android device, and offers analysis of shots, possession, passing, and patterns of play. The build-up to goals, potential weaknesses in the opposition, and data to adapt playing styles against key opponents can then be viewed.

The app is also key to building community structures within PES 2014. Groups can be created, and myPES will track results and rank players accordingly. Users that do not have their consoles connected online will have the option to save their stats through a QR code displayed after matches, which can be scanned using the app to synchronise results for future analysis.

myPES is available now via the App Store, with an Android version set to follow in the coming weeks.