Fri. May 20th, 2022

eFootball 2022, the spiritual sequel to the PES (Pro Evolution Soccer) series, has just been launched. Konami has made it free to play with optional microtransactions for DLCs and other features.

eFootball 2022 was released yesterday and the only available mode for now is 1v1 against the computer or an online player, with only nine teams to choose from.

The game is available for free on PC, PlayStation 4 and 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X / S, Android and iOS. This article provides guidance for players who want to download the game on their device.

eFootball 22: Download methods for all platforms

To download eFootball 2022, players must visit the website from which they usually get their game, depending on their platform. Here are the relevant links to all devices:

For PlayStation players (PS4 / PS5):

  • Visit PlayStation Store and search for eFootball 2022. Alternatively, players can simply click on this link.
  • There are three versions available for installation / purchase. The standard editions for PS4 and PS5 are free to play, while a Premium Player Pack can be purchased for £ 32.99.

For Xbox (Xbox One and Xbox Series X / S) and Windows PC players:

  • Players can go to Microsoft Store to get eFootball 2022 for their Xbox consoles. PC players can also choose to download it from here if they are not using Steam. The Microsoft Store page for the game can be accessed with this link.
  • Prices are comparable to a free-to-play edition and a £ 32.98 Premium Player Pack available.

For PC players (Steam):

  • Players can use this link to visit the Steam page for eFootball 2022.
  • As mentioned earlier, the standard version is free to play, but the Premium Player Pack is slightly cheaper than other platforms, priced at £ 30.99.

For mobile users (Android / iOS):

Konami has not yet released eFootball 2022 on mobile devices. Instead of a new game, an update to the existing eFootball 2021 is expected. Players who have it installed will simply have to wait while others can download it to their devices from the following links:

eFootball 2022 has received a lot of flak for its poor graphics, general flaws and bug-infected gameplay. It remains to be seen whether future Konami updates will resolve the issue.

Edited by Sijo Samuel Paul


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