Originally Posted by Master LeagueAdditions made to Master League in PES 2016 have been further built upon with a host of features and amendments made to the famous mode.
Chief among this, is a number of changes to the transfer system including new dedicated budgets for transfers and wages. There’s more variety in negotiations such as the ability to acquire players on 6 month loan and signing the player during a loan period whilst directors will also play a role in advising on negotiations.
The last day of the transfer window has also been reworked with an element of time added to in order to recreate the excitement of deadline day in real life football.
Enhancements have also been made to the Team Role function within the mode following it’s introduction in PES 2016. A total of 22 roles now feature in the game (increased from 10 last year) including ‘Hero’ and ‘Bad Boy’ allowing more character establishment within the team.
The Player Growth system also enjoys major improvements with players not only acquiring abilities as in PES 2016 (which can now also be boosted whilst on loan) but also skills.
In addition to this, the training has been further improved and players are now able to learn their positions whilst also gaining skills and establishing a playing style that complements this. Allowing players to nurture the ideal personnel for their team.
Finally, one of the major gripes surrounding Master League on PES 2016 has been addressed with matches now taking place during both day-time and night-time hours based on real life kick off times.