Preparation is fundamental in football. Once it got into the game, eFootball was the crossroads. In fact, convalescence takes longer.
The question arose when Konami announced the deployment date for eFootball’s first rescue patch. Here is the answer. The Japanese publisher announces that version 1.0.0 of its free-to-play football, originally planned for November 11, will be postponed to spring 2022. The state of affairs and consumer feedback surpassed a schedule that seemed untenable.
We have been working diligently to release an update that will bring new content to the game, including a new mode where you can get stronger and play with an original team, as well as support for mobile devices on November 11th, 2021 Sorry We Are concluded that it takes longer to deliver the product with the quality that meets our users’ expectations. And we decided to postpone his arrival.
Update 0.9.1 is still planned for Friday, November 5th. Konami confirms that more fixes are coming to improve their game – which at the moment only has 5 teams and no mode. The schedule and details will be announced shortly.
But the little wave has planned one thing. This, of course, is the outcry from the believers who pre-ordered the Premium Player Pack. This paid content won’t arrive on November 11th either. It may not be available until after update 1.0.0. So it will still take a lot of patience. Patience and money don’t always go together. No more pre-orders until further notice. There will be refunds.
Due to the removal of the Premium Player Pack from eFootball 2022, which contains items that can only be used in the game after the v1.0.0 update, your pre-order will be canceled. Full refunds will be made in accordance with the policies of the respective platforms, but please be aware that this may take some time. No action is required for you to receive the refund.
Note that, with the exception of Steam, you will have to download eFootball again after confirming the cancellation of the pre-order. But will the promise of greener grass in spring 2022 be enough to convince the community? Believing in a comeback to No Man’s Sky or Final Fantasy XIV is hard at the moment. Virtual footballers aren’t that charitable …