The PS2, PSP and Wii versions will arrive later in October. The studio has put in "truly open gameplay" this time around, it "has to be experienced".
"We have been working on this, the ultimate evolution of PES to date, for a long time, so it is great to finally let people know when they can get their hands on it,” said Jon Murphy, Konami's European PES team leader.
“I think pretty much everyone knows that we have incorporated truly open gameplay in PES 2011, but it really has to be experienced for it to be appreciated. The Tokyo team has worked incredibly hard to create a game that is true to the series’ history, but takes it in new, exciting areas." It has over 1,000 new animations, new AI code and power gauges.
"Come October 8th, I hope that people will be lost in the game’s huge array of options and dazzled by its utterly compelling gameplay.” Check out the all new trailer for PES 2011 from Konami at this week's gamescom in Cologne, Germany.