A cut down version of Konami’s Pro Evolution Soccer 2016 will be landing on the PlayStation store on December 8th for both PS4 and PS3. Sorry Xbox owners, you are out of luck on this one, no free version for you.
The game will include seven teams, including Bayern Munich, Juventus, AS Roma, Brazil and France, the Exhibotion mode, a training mode and the PES’ MyClub feature.
Konami say the free-to-play version is to give an “overview of the game’s stunning levels of control”, and added that it will “be compatible with all future gameplay and content updates throughout the entire PES 2016 season”. Presumably that means there will be plenty of options to upgrade to the full game.
In other PES 16 news, Data Pack #2 is out on December 3rd.
Data Pack #2 adds 51 new likenesses to the player rosters, including Fernando Torres, Kevin de Bruyne, Julian Draxler, Jamie Vardy and Aleksander Mitrovic. Further players will be added in the coming updates. Along with faces, the rosters will be updated for all offline modes, correcting those missing in the previous Data Pack and covering all moves made until October 19th