Great news for PES 2013 fans as the demo for the PC version of Konami’s soccer game is now available. PES 2013 demo features eight fully licensed teams. Germany, England, Portugal, and Italy showcase European football, while Santos FC, SC International, Fluminense and Flamengo Flamengo are available in the Copa Libertadores mode. Furthermore, PC gamers will be able to adjust the difficulty level to their liking.
Those interested can download the demo from here or here.
PES 2013 is built around three core elements: PES FC (FullControl), Player ID, and ProActive AI, and promises to deliver total freedom to play any style of ball, and gives full control over the placement and style of shots.
PES 2013 is currently scheduled for a Fall 2013 release on X360, PS3, PC, PS2, PSP, Nintendo 3DS and Nintendo Wii.
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