PES 2015 or Pro Evolution Soccer 2015 is a sports game revolving around the national sport of European football or soccer as it’s also called. The game was originally released on the 11th November 2014 and was released on PS4, PS3, Xbox 360, Xbox One, and PC. PES 2015 was developed by PES Productions, the same team that is behind all of the previous PES games that have been released over the years.
How to Download PES 2015
PES 2015 is no longer available for download but you can get the newer and improved version of the game by clicking the Download button at the end of the review, for example, PES 2019.
The Game Review
As with most, if not all sports games, Pro Evolution Soccer 2015 is another sports game that doesn’t have any sort of story or campaign mode for the player to enjoy. Unlike 2K’s series of basketball titles, PES 2015 doesn’t have a campaign of any kind that has you play through your own team’s history or your own unique story from being a rising new coming on the path to becoming a footballing great that goes down in the history books. With this game, it simply isn’t here, and you’ll have to put up with playing pure football from starts to finish.
PES 2015’s general gameplay shouldn’t come as much of a surprise, as it’s a game revolving around football/soccer. The generalized controls are very similar to other games in the genre, where at any one time you take control of a single-player of a team of 11 and must try and get a hold of the ball and try and score it into the opponent’s goal. During this time, you’re going to have the AI or your online opponent trying to take the ball off you and attempting to do the same thing that you’re doing.
When you have the ball, you’re going to need to pass between different players on your team, using skill moves, and generally dribbling the ball out of the way of your opponent to score a goal. The winner at the end of the 90 minutes of the match – which can be simulated at any speed you’d like – is whoever scores the most goals.
Outside of general gameplay, there are very little game modes to pick and choose from, but at the end of the day, that’s what you get from a sports game. You can play regular 1v1 matches, offline or online, and you can pick and choose some of your favorite teams and play them against each other to decide which of the two is the best of the best. Other than that, there isn’t much else that can be done with the game, as the game modes are all relatively simple like this.
The most obvious comparison PES has and always will have is FIFA, it’s biggest competitor. While FIFA does have more premium football Leagues on offer, PES provides more than enough for the average player to want to stick around, due to the strong and replayable gameplay that has only improved over the years.
Anyone looking for a great football title to play that doesn’t require you to play too seriously unless you decide to do so, then PES 2015 is a great title to jump on into.