It is better to say that eFootball PES 2021 is not a new game. PES 2020 is set to be updated with a paid update for the 20/21 season. Given this news, it can be seen that Konami wants to focus on PES 2022 and the next generation of consoles, and for whatever reason, did not want to sell the last generation of a bundled version separately. According to the description page of this update, the gameplay of the game will not change and we will only see the update of the game menu, rules, composition and kit of the teams for next season.
Euro 2021 matches will also be present in this update. But this page does not say anything about the new licenses, and we only know that four of Konami's partner teams - Barcelona, Manchester United, Bayern Munich, and Juventus (again exclusively) - will still be present. It is also not yet clear whether, with this update, Inter and AC Milan will leave the game or maintain their presence in the game for the last time. This update is supposed to be released in September and according to the available explanations, this franchise will have a special price on the occasion of its 25th anniversary.
The outbreak of the coronavirus / Covid-19 virus disrupted various sports and saw the postponement of various football leagues. Since the transfer window will be postponed to another time, it is likely that after the release of the new version of FIFA and PES, we will see updates to transfer players to our new teams. "Due to the outbreak of the corona virus and what happened, we have seen sudden changes in various leagues and tournaments," said the eFootball PES 2020 seasonal update. Therefore, the changes in the game may not be somewhat similar to the actual changes of teams and players. "Certainly, changes made in the future will be added to the game in the form of updates without any prior notice."