eFootball 2022, formerly Pro Evolution Soccer, is the worst reviewed game in Steam history

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FIFA wasn’t the only game that was released this week.

Konami (former producers of Pro Evolution Soccer) announced that they were going to launch a free-to-play game called eFootball 2022.

PES was always FIFA’s biggest rival when it came to the best football game and had held its own by using surprisingly realistic face scans. Some in which players would say better FIFA due to the detail of them.

Is that the case this year? Not really. In fact, not at all quite honestly.

If anything, it is rather underwhelming, but people will say you get what you pay for.

Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi look like they have taken a punch in slow motion to get their face scanned for eFootball.

Some say it “lacks content left and right,” while others call it a “mobile game.”

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Then there are those who complain on things like the game’s engine and lag.

One reviewer states that eFootball 2022 is a “psychological horror game” that forces users to “consider breaking the keyboard or throwing the controller out the window.”

In fact, the launch of the game has gone down so badly, it's currently the most-hated game on Steam right now. Ouch!

It already has an “overwhelmingly negative” rating, despite it being on the shelves for just a matter of days.

Read more: eFootball PES 2022: Release Date, Trailer, Gameplay, Cross-play, Demo, Download and Everything You Need To Know

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Website Steam250, which tracks which games have the worst reviews by calculating the percentage difference, shows that eFootball 2022 is currently the very worst. Out of over 7,000 reviews, the game has only 1,600 positive votes as of writing this article.

That's a measly 8%.

Konami quickly released a statement following the reaction to the game, which read: “We would also like to acknowledge that there have been reports of problems users have experienced with cut-scenes, facial expressions, movements of players and the behaviour of the ball.

“We are very sorry for the problems and want to assure everyone we will take all concerns seriously and strive to improve the current situation.

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“From next week onward, we will prepare for an update in October, while receiving further opinions through questionnaires to our users.

“We will do our outermost to satisfy as many users as possible and we look forward to your continued support for eFootball 2022.”

A launch week to truly, truly forget!

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