Havok to Develop Physics Engine for ‘Pro Evolution Soccer 2014’

“Pro Evolution Soccer 2014” will use Havok technology to power the game’s physics engine, Konami and Havok announced in a press release on Thursday.

In the press release, Havok said their goal in PES 2014 is “to provide advanced physics, animation and cloth simulation technologies to deliver a true-to-life and graphically advanced soccer experience.” Over the last 13 years, Havok have developed physics engines for best-selling games the likes of “Assassin’s Creed II,” “Guild Wars 2” and “Skylanders Giants.” They’ve also helped develop special effects for films such as “The Matrix,” “Harry Potter” and “James Bond.”

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