Pro Evolution Soccer 2012 reaches one million units, to be re-released at a reduced price

In celebration of one million units sold throughout Latin America, Konami Digital Entertainment has announced it’s re-releasing its hit game, Pro Evolution Soccer 2012 on April 10th at lower prices for a number of formats. The game, originally released in September 2011, has been praised for its realism and key advances, and its low price will make it a key signing for soccer fans. The lower price gives new fans the opportunity to pick up the controller and play against friends in what is regarded as the most authentic soccer game in the market.
PES 2012 will be re-released for X360, PS3 and PC at a new discounted price point.
According to its press release, Football Life mode showcases the different career paths in the sport, and allows users to experience a career as a player, manager or owner. Football Life is an umbrella title spanning the popular Master League and Become A Legend modes, both of which have been enhanced for the new game. Also included is the all-new Club Boss mode, where you steer a club fiscally. The hugely popular Training Challenges have also returned, allowing users to refine their set-piece skills and to get to grips with the possibilities afforded by the new Teammate Control system, while the stunning myPES option allows users to sync the game with Facebook and create statistics and leagues for friends and family.
The re-release comes as the soccer season enters its most exciting period, with PES 2012 allowing users to recreate the final stages of the UEFA Champions League competition within the game’s exclusive mode. In addition, PES 2012 is exclusively home to the Copa Santader Libertadores league license, giving fans in South America a chance to play with their favorite league teams.

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