The announcement of the latest Pro Evolution Soccer is accompanied by a trailer and series of screenshots featuring Real Madrid forward Cristiano Ronaldo.
PES 2013 will contain a number of new features, including PES FullControl, which offers players greater control over first touches and dribbling.
Players can now trap incoming passes in a variety of different ways, from killing its speed, to using the momentum of the ball to bypass defenders.
Dribbling, meanwhile, has been slowed for the new game, giving players better close control of the ball, allowing them to hold it up within a 360-degree circle, or nutmeg opposing players and run onto the loose ball.
Shooting and passing has been modified to give players more control over height, power and pace, while players now have the ability to control teammate's runs during one-two passes.
Defending has also been tweaked, giving defenders the opportunity to slow attacks, before making a tackle from almost any angle.
"This is an exciting time to be part of the PES community, and PES 2013 marks a new level of playability with the return to our key ethos of utter control and freedom," explained European Team PES leader Jon Murphy.
"Football is all about making magic happen with skill and precision, and PES 2013 truly encapsulates this. Fresh faces within the development team and some very exciting ideas will breathe new life into the PES series, and we look forward to showing what we can do in the coming months."
PES 2013 also introduces Player ID, offering a greater focus on the individual behaviours and signature attributes of top players, including goalkeepers, who are more realistically modelled on their human counterparts.
Goalkeepers will benefit from improved distribution techniques, as well as better decision-making in terms of how they deal with shots and loose balls.
The developers have also worked with fans to improve the overall team and player AI, ensuring that illogical elements in the way individuals move or run are eliminated.
PES 2013 releases this autumn for the Xbox 360, PS3, PC, PS2, PSP, Nintendo 3DS and Wii.
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