FIFA (Fédération Internationale de Football Association) and PES (Pro-evolution Soccer) have been by far the two best soccer video games developed in the world. They have been fighting and competing to be the best and widely renowned game around the globe. Both games have some things in common, and some unique things to offer to their customers. Today, we try to compare both the games, and look forward to what both games provide.

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FIFA has the licenses of mostly all the clubs, players, stadiums, which proves to be a huge role since the user would want to play a realistic game. Having an original game face would help the user relate to the player and the game. While various teams across the world are switching over to PES and giving their rights and licences to them, most of the leagues and clubs are still with FIFA. The significant clubs that have given their licenses to PES are Juventus, AS Roma, and Atalanta. This is a substantial advantage to PES, and if other clubs also tend to leave FIFA and join them, it can be a starting point for their growth. 

PES undoubtedly has better graphics, which helps the users a lot to identify which players are who. It is pretty evident when a comparison is made between a particular player in both games. It can be seen that the player will have a better resolution of his face, body, and identity on PES and not on FIFA. EA Sports is the maker of FIFA and is known for less graphic resolution in other games. On the other hand, KONAMI, which produces PES, provides great graphics to enjoy for its users. If any user wants to purchase the game based on better graphics, PES is the right choice.

PES and FIFA both have fantastic game modes, and provide a variety of choices to the players. FIFA has more game modes than PES and has the likes of VOLTA (street football) and Ultimate Team. These game modes are pretty good, and a person can continue to play without getting bored due to the added online features. These game modes certainly make the playstyle of FIFA better and more extensive when compared to PES. 

Both the games are doing well in the market, and the next couple of years will be crucial for both teams. They would be looking to get a strap hold of its users and maintain brand loyalty for an extended period.