Konami has just released the second, free, DLC for their acclaimed soccer game, Pro Evolution Soccer 2012. This new DLC adds improved goalkeeper performance, removes the stuttering effect during running, makes small adjustments to the penalty and free-kick systems, and fixes some small bugs that have been reported.
Changes have also been made to the structure of the Game Plan menu, making them easier to navigate and use.
In addition, Konami states that this update is in response to user feedback, and reaffirms Konami’s commitment to improving PES 2012.
PC gamers can download the updates from ( extra content) inside the game.
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