PES Announces Surpassing 350 Million Mobile Downloads For eFootball PES
eFootball PES has just announced surpassing 350 million downloads on its mobile version. The mobile version of the Pro Evolution Soccer (PES) is available for smartphones.
The game gives users, who cannot buy a gaming console, a chance to enjoy it via their smartphones. While announcing the achievement, the company mentioned that it was celebrating it with three new campaigns.
It Tweeted: “We’ve hit 350 MILLION Mobile downloads for #eFootballPES! To celebrate, we’ve got new campaigns going live across Mobile AND Console.”
1. As of 12/11, log in to #myClub during the campaign period and you’ll get three Special Agents for Juventus Iconic Moments!
2. As of 19/11, log in to #myClub during the campaign period and you’ll get three Special Agents for Manchester United Iconic Moments!
3. During the campaign period, 12/11 – 30/11, mobile and console users will also receive special items as a reward for reaching certain goal milestones. In addition it said: “Stay tuned to find out more about these prizes!”
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Like other tech industries that provide online entertainment, the gaming space has enjoyed massive surge in number of users since the COVID-19 pandemic started. People who are trying to reduce physical contact with others can find relaxation through virtual worlds and games are filling this need.
eFootball PES recently released a new update, eFootball PES 2021, that contains real life football transfers from September 2020. Likely, this has contributed to the increase in number of downloads that the company just announced.
While mobile gaming is not as popular as console gaming, it is still a big industry. Also, as restrictions are lifting in some places around the world, virtual worlds are losing their grip. Yet, games will not likely be as affected as streaming services or video conferencing.
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