The demo for Konami’s slightly rebranded eFootball PES 2020 is now live, giving fans and prospective punters a chance to try out the latest iteration in their footballing series ahead of its release on 10th September.
The demo is out today on all platforms, live now on Xbox One and PlayStation 4. Steam is lagging behind a bit, but should also be getting the demo today.
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The #eFootballPES2020 demo is finally HERE! 🙌
— Konami UK (@KonamiUK) July 30, 2019
The demo features 14 licensed teams including Arsenal, Barcelona, Boca Juniors, Manchester United and with PES now having exclusive console rights to Juventus. The demo also includes online gameplay and the edit mode that’s a staple for anyone that doesn’t fancy Arsenal’s arch rivals being London Blues.
The full game will be available on 10th September, but there’s no getting away from the name change, which has drawn a fair bit of ridicule. Konami insist that the new eFootball branding will see the game reach more players around the world, with the usual spread of gameplay enhancements and a new Matchday mode.
Matchday has club fans compete against rivals each week with every point earned going towards victory for the fanbase. Master League gets an update too where a dialogue system allows players to control the player and manager story. You can choose to be managers such as Zico, Maradona, and Cruyff, Camp Nou will remain an exclusive stadium for PES and will be joined by Allianz Parque , El Monumental, Emirates Stadium, and Estadio Alberto J.Armando.