Konami details first PES 2011 DLC
- Posted October 8th, 2010 at 10:38 EDT by Mike Harradence
- 8 Comments
The first batch of downloadable content for Pro Evolution Soccer 2011 will up for grabs on October 12, Konami said today.
Available free of charge, the DLC will bring the player roster files up to date, as well as incorporating clubs that qualified for the UEFA Champions League Group Round in to the soccer sim’s dedicated mode.
Furthermore, various team kits have been updated to reflect their current use, with four more licensed boots now up for grabs. Players will also be able to download three new wallpapers adorned with cover star Lionel Messi via the ‘Extra Content’ folder.
The DLC will be available for PS3, PC and Xbox 360 versions of the game.
- 6:40am EDT - October 8th, 2010
That's just ridiculous. Why just not include it in the retail version of the game?
It's not illegal, but it's immoral.
- 6:47am EDT - October 8th, 2010
The game is awesome, best footie game ever.
- 7:21am EDT - October 8th, 2010
To heck with them i wanted to buy this game but the demo was gisgusting so i bought FIFA i love it... no intention to go back to pes now... either way this is not a bad game afterall....
- 8:08am EDT - October 8th, 2010
I think FIFA is a much better game than PES. I can't stand their robotic player movements.
- 12:47pm EDT - October 9th, 2010
This is good news.
- 2:40am EDT - October 10th, 2010
no more robotics player..my friend...awesome gameplay....
- 4:13pm EDT - October 11th, 2010
I am actually thinking about going back to PES 2011. FIFA 2011 plays like something that EA could have patched and feels much like FIFA 2010. I actually enjoyed the PES demo but im not sure how close it is to final since it still feels like it have a few faults.
- 10:08am EDT - October 12th, 2010
Konami finally stepping up.
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