Pro Evolution Soccer 2013 – Update 1.03 Released, Improves 2×2 Mode & Adds New Goal Celebrations

Pro Evolution Soccer 2013
As promised, Konami has released the 1.03 update for all versions of Pro Evolution Soccer 2013. According to the developers, the 2v2 mode as it was present in Pro Evolution Soccer 2013 did not meet players’ expectations, so the patch 1.03 is offering them the possibility to switch players during 2v2 (and 4v4) while playing Community matches.
In addition, the overall balance of the game has been revised and new goal celebrations have been added, as well as the presence of Konami’s PES Total Player.
Here is the changelog of PES 2013’s Update 1.03:
The below changes were made following customer requests
* All Modes
Regulation of player form were amended
* Matches
Player movement was amended
* Widget
Users are now able to switch cursors between multiple players when playing Multi-player Free Matches.
(Please enable “Cursor Switching” in General match Settings)
The below issues were fixed
* Master League Online
If a user tries to play Master League Online and other one player online modes after playing a 2 vs. 2 ranking match, they had to delete the guest user in order for matchmaking to take place.
* Community
Sometimes, COM controlled players could not be substituted during Inter Community Matches.
Other adjustments have been made to make all modes a better gaming experience for our customers.

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