The 2016 version of Pro Evolution Soccer was recently unveiled at the E3 Expo in Los Angeles, and its production team added a number of key upgrades to improve the game's experience. At the top of that list is an enhanced graphics engine, which lends a lifelike quality to players' faces and the game itself. But smaller wrinkles bring the video game closer than ever to simulating real-life soccer: Better defensive gameplay has been developed, and improved weather recreations are more accurate to how those forces impact the game.

Also new to PES Soccer 2016: Selfies. ThePostGame got a sneak peak into all the new improvements packaged in this year's edition of the game.

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