eFootball Hits 750 Million Downloads: Celebrates Milestone with Special Events and Items
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eFootball Hits 750 Million Downloads: Celebrates Milestone with Special Events and Items

Nathan Lees
Nathan Lees

The popular free-to-play football game, eFootball, has recently reached a significant milestone of 750 million downloads across all platforms. This achievement marks a substantial increase from the 700 million downloads reported earlier this year.

In celebration of this remarkable milestone, publisher Konami has announced a three-week in-game campaign filled with exciting events, items to collect, and prizes to win. Players can participate in various activities to commemorate this achievement and earn exclusive rewards.

One of the highlights of the campaign is the return of three Epic Lionel Messi cards, each representing a memorable 'Big Time' performance by the legendary Argentinian player. These special cards pay tribute to Messi's finest moments in club and international football, offering players a chance to add them to their Dream Team.

From April 25 to May 16, players can enjoy login bonuses that include 70 eFootball coins, seven position training programs, and seven skill training programs. Additionally, players will receive a free Barcelona Highlight Lewandowski card as a login bonus.

Throughout the campaign, players can also access a special list of Highlight cards featuring Inter Milan players, with one available as a free login reward until May 2. By completing Campaign Achievements, players can earn valuable in-game rewards such as GP, eFootball coins, Exp, skill programs, and Highlight: European Clubs Chance Deals.

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As an added bonus, eFootball coins are currently discounted until June 6, and players can enjoy a 50% discount on the price of Value and Premium Match Passes during this period.

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