Konami’s Pro Evolution Soccer series, now branded as eFootball PES 2021 for this year’s game, has had a rocky few years recently, first due to their loss of the official UEFA licensing meaning PES 2019 was the first game in the series in 10 long years to not feature the UEFA Champions League, UEFA Europa League and the UEFA Super Cup, and then due to their move to another engine, the Unreal Engine 5, from their original Fox Engine meaning that PES 2021 was not a full game, but a season update downloadable for PES 2020, and was thus priced accordingly: however, errors from the previous year’s game carried over into the new update, and the “This action could not be completed” error is one such error that continues to affect mobile devices.
In this article, we will help you fix this problem so you can get back on the pitch at the earliest. Make sure to follow closely for the best results. Right, let’s get straight into it.
First, open up the settings of your phone and enter the date and time settings section, often found in the additional settings. Here, click to toggle on the setting to turn on network-provided time, meaning your phone’s time will be derived from your SIM card provider. Open up the game again and see if the error has been fixed.
Alternatively, make sure that you are running the latest version of the game by checking for updates on the play store. Sometimes, just updating your game can fix the error. If it doesn’t, make sure you plug in your device when you run the game, and switch off power-saving functions. This allows the game to draw any resources that it needs and thus function normally. If all else fails, there is always the killswitch of reinstalling the game, although the error might persist even after this. In that case, you will want to get in touch with Konami Support to help fix your error.
We hope this quick article guide helped you fix your error, make sure to take a minute to check out our other articles on everything from Overwatch and Pokemon to potential upcoming titles like Shadow Warrior 4 and Far Cry 7. Cheers!