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eFootball PES 2021 Lite is now available for free download on Steam

Konami has announced that eFootball PES 2021 Lite is currently available for free download on Steam. PC soccer fans can go ahead and download this free to play version of eFootball PES 2021 from Steam.

eFootball PES 2021 Lite is a reduced version of eFootball PES 2021, featuring limited game modes, clubs and other contents. So basically, think of eFootball PES 2021 Lite as a free-to-play version of the full-game.

eFootball PES 2021 Lite is more focused on the myClub mode. In myClub, players will build their very own dream team by collecting players and managers that suit their personal playstyle. myClub also gives you access to the Iconic Moment Series; a powerful new variation of players introduced in PES this year. These players are based on memorable moments from the careers of current and former superstars and come with boosted stats that reflect their performance at that time. Additionally, myClub mode also lets you sign “Featured Players”, who are essentially stronger variations of existing players.

eFootball PES 2021 Lite also comes with Matchday mode, a competitive PvP mode where you participate in various events inspired by real world soccer matches and infamous rivalries. Matchday mode is also the home of the eFootball.Open, an esports tournament that welcomes players of all skill levels. In addition, PES 2021 LITE also includes the “Local Match” and “Training” modes.

You can download this lite version of eFootball PES 2021 from here.

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