A late minute contact in July's PlayStation Plus game setup led to the removal of Pro Evolution Soccer 2019 . The announcement of PES 2019 's involvement resulted in an expected release from the sports simulation game fans. But it wasn't supposed to be, at least in July, when Sony later revealed a change in plans. Instead of PES 2019 [PS] subscribers would instead receive a Detroit: Become Human Heavy Rain edition. And apparently the change was ordered directly by Sony.
PS Plus subscribers looking forward to PES 2019 as one of the free PlayStation 4 games in July quickly went to the source of answers. Since PES 2019 was developed and published by Konami, it made sense to ask the company. Surprisingly, Konami surprised a public comment on Eurogamer about the change, saying: "The decision was made by SIE and so please contact SIE."
The question then went to Sony why Detroit Detroit ] was added instead of PES 2019 despite the fact that a message had been made. That's because something urgent had forced the change, but Sony gave some clarity by saying, "This was a decision we decided to make as a company, and we regret the inconvenience.
Of course, Sony's last minute change and the lack of clarification is changing. has led to some speculation about the problem. Sony's close relationship with Electronic Arts, developer of PES competitor FIFA has drawn some concern. do with PES 2019 at all Detroit: Become Human may simply have had a limited contract window utilized by Sony.
Finally, both Detroit: Become Human and PES 2019 well-received games that will welcome to add looks at any PlayStation Plus subscriber's library. And the football fans can still hope that PES 2019 is included in the service, has only been delayed and not completely canceled.
PES 2019 is now available on PC, PS4, and Xbox One.