Pro Evolution Soccer 2013 will be receiving a chunk of free DLC packs to supplement your enjoyment of what PSU.com has labelled Konami’s best interpretation of The Beautiful Game in years.
First of all, the footie outing will benefit from a day-one patch that includes three licensed stadiums for the newly-promoted Spanish clubs: Celta, Vigo, Real Valladolid and Deportivo).
In addition, it’ll also update kits for 37 licensed clubs such as Marseille, Ajax, Porto, Besiktas and Corinthians.
Early October sees the release of an online patch, which brings with it a host of new features. For starters there’s a Widget system that facilitates the process of getting your mates together for online matches, plus community modes for auto-selecting friends to hop into a multiplayer match with you.
Further online updates include the ability to concede a match at half-time, plus a Rival Ranking system for Master League Online players. Additionally, the patch will allow access to the Incentives portion of the myPES Facebook app, which allows gamers to share Achievements and Trophy progress with friends.
Finally, another update will follow later next month, which takes into account all the summer transfer dealings while updating other elements to do with teams, online, UEFA and more. Further details will drop soon.
Konami has said that we can expect more updates in addition to those detailed above later down the line. Stay tuned to PSU.com for more details.