PES 2013 is out Friday across Europe, and will see a day-one patch that adds new content and player updates. Konami won’t stop there, as the developer is planning further free updates along the road. Check out the details below.
Eurogamer reports that the day one patch will launch for all versions of PES 2013, and adds three licensed stadiums for Spanish clubs Celta Vigo, Real Valladolid and Deportivo.
The patch will also update strips for 37 teams, including Marseille, Ajax, Porto, Besiktas and Corinthians.
Another free DLC update will launch in October, and this one will add UEFA content into the mix, make changes based on summer transfer deals, add more stadiums and bolster the game’s online offering further.
The game will be tweaked with ongoing patches, and the first will launch early October, adding in a new friend widget tool, myPES Facebook achievements, half-time concede options, Rival Ranking for Master League, and more.
In case you missed our PES 2013 review round-up, you can still grab all of the scores here.
Cheers again Eurogamer.
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