The publisher said that the multiplatform game will give more freedom to the player via a power bar for determining the exact strength and placement of passes and shots.
Under the new system, gamers will have greater precision to play quick one-twos or place long and short balls into space to dictate the tempo of matches.
Konami has also tweaked the assisted AI system so that players will have to judge passes to teammates more accurately in an increased sense of realism.
The game will feature over 1,000 all-new animations for running, tackling and player interaction drawn from in excess of 100 hours of motion capture work.
PES 2011 will also see the Master League management element head online as players compete to attract the world's best players to their team.
"It was time for PES to transform, and PES 2011 represents the most ambitious redesign in the series's history," said Konami's European PES team leader Jon Murphy.
"We've continued to work closely with the fans to pinpoint what it is about football that PES didn't do. Total freedom was the priority and all-new animation a must. PES 2011 does both - indeed, they are directly linked to each other - and while the new game is recognisably PES at its heart, it is also the most radically improved version ever."
PES 2011, which features Barcelona's Lionel Messi as its cover star, will be released for PS3, Xbox 360, Wii, PS2, PSP and PC in the autumn.