Following on from last week's game modes trailer, the latest PES 2013 video focuses purely on in-game action.
Announced in April, 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 the ball's speed, to using the momentum of it to bypass defenders.
Dribbling, shooting, passing and defending have also been improved, giving players more control over every aspect on the pitch.
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.
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. A PlayStation Vita version was recently ruled out by Konami.
> Read our PES 2012 review
Gallery - view screenshots from PES 2013 below: