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Microsoft Store has leaked eFootball PES 2021 Season Update, first details

Microsoft Store has just leaked the next part in Konami’s Pro Evolution Soccer series. Instead of investing resources into creating a brand new game, though, Konami will be offering a mere update of the previous eFootball PES game.

According to its description, eFootball PES 2021 Season Update is an updated edition of eFootball PES 2020 which launched in September 2019. This update will contain the latest player data and club rosters.

The eFootball PES 2021 Season Update features the same award winning gameplay as last year’s eFootball PES 2020. It will also come with various team and player updates for the new season. Additionally, it will have the UEFA EURO 2020 mode.

Here are the key features of eFootball PES 2021:

  • The Biggest Clubs Play with the biggest teams in world soccer; including German champions FC Bayern München, Spanish champions FC Barcelona, global giants Manchester United, and exclusive PES partner Juventus!
  • myClub Create your very own dream team from scratch and face off against human rivals from all over the world.
  • Matchday Compete in online PvP events themed after real-life soccer rivalries and other big matches.
  • Master League Take the helm of a soccer club and lead them to the top in this engrossing single player mode.

So yeah, I don’t know whether this is good or bad news for PC gamers. On one hand, this is an update that Konami will – most likely – charge money for. Seriously, I’ll be really surprised if Konami offers this 2021 Update for free. On the other hand, there will be at least parity between all versions of eFootball PES. Thus, PC gamers will not be left behind (we are looking at you FIFA 21 and NBA 2K21).

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