As promised, Konami has released the PC demo for its latest soccer title, Pro Evolution Soccer 2014. According to the Japanese company, the demo features final game code and gives access to an exhibition match.
Contrary to the console demo that featured Germany, Italy, Bayern Munich and Santos, the PC demo allows players to also choose between England, Spain, France, Portugal, Manchester United, Colo Colo and Boca Juniors.
In addition, the PC demo includes the game’s basic training tutorial, something that will be appreciated by soccer fans who have not played Konami’s soccer title before.
Those interested can download the demo from here.
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