Further details of how editing in PES 2016 will work on the Playstation 3 and Playstation 4 consoles have emerged overnight courtesy of a tweet from Adam Bhatti.
Tweeting from Tokyo, the PES European Brand Manager stated that Option File sharing ‘looks all good’ and that testing would be taking place in the coming weeks. In a follow up post, he then thanked Playstation for their “continued collaboration and support” declaring that they’re “gettin somewhere”
Option file sharing for PS4 looks all good so far (like PS3). Will be testing in the coming weeks and will update. Time to party #PES2016
— Adam Bhatti (@Adam_Bhatti) July 16, 2015
The Tweet posted by European Brand Manager Adam Bhatti this morning.
It had previously been announced within last months PES 2016 reveal that image importing would feature within the edit modes of the Playstation 3 and Playstation 4 versions of the game however, prior to last nights comments, Option Files hadn’t been mentioned.
The inclusion of option files within the game means that users will be able to share any edit mode data they create with other users and in turn be able to upload edit mode data from other users to use on their Sony console. At the time of writing no mention, official or otherwise has been made regarding the edit mode on Microsoft and PC versions of the games.
This will come as both huge and welcome news to the PES editing community who have already begun previewing work ahead of the September 16 release of the game. This includes Glen, Jordan and the team at PES World as well as DaMidniteKid, 7oyPes and the guys at PES Universe. All of which should be followed on Twitter if you want to be updated on how these features can be implemented in PES 2016.
Those looking for more details on the work the edit community are doing should also check out the latest WENB Podcast where Glen talks about the creation process and plans for the upcoming release.
If that wasn’t enough PES news, earlier in the week, Adam had tweeted that one particular day had been “one of the greatest days of my life” and that he “couldn’t wait to talk about it next week”. This means that more PES 2016 news, whether related to option files or not, could be emerging over the coming days. Exciting stuff!
As ever, make sure you keep your eyes firmly on this site, as well as our Twitter and Facebook feeds to make sure you don’t miss out.
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