PES's community manager, Adam Bhatti, has announced that the PC version of Pro Evolution Soccer 2017 won't be at the same level as the PS4 and Xbox One versions.
For those unaware of the situation, the PC version of Pro Evolution Soccer 2016 was produced using an older game engine. While the game definitely looked better in comparision to the PS3 and Xbox 360 versions, it was nowhere near the level of performance on PS4 and Xbox One.
Bhatti confirmed that just like last year's entry, Pro Evolution Soccer 2017 will use the same engine, which means you can expect a "hybrid" port between the old-gen and the current-gen versions.
"We've answered many times, it's a shame you haven't seen it. Do not expect it same level as PS4/Xbone," said Bhatti on Twitter.
Pro Evolution Soccer 2017 on PS4 and Xbox One will cost $59.99/â‚¬59.99, while the PS3, Xbox 360 and PC versions will be available for $39.99/â‚¬39.99. Those that pre-order the game will earn "many" bonus items for MyClub.