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‘eFootball PES 2020’ update: Data Pack 3.0 content and release date confirmed; ‘PES 2020 Lite’ arriving on PC, consoles
The upcoming days are going to be huge for “eFootball PES 2020” players. Konami confirmed the release date of Data Pack 3.0 and has also announced the launch of the game’s Lite version. Data Pack 3.0 is arriving with several player face updates. On the other hand, the game’s Lite release will be available for free.
‘eFootball PES 2020’ gameplay: More player face updates arriving this week
As many fans have expected, Konami will release another Data Pack update for “eFootball PES 2020” this month. It has been confirmed that the patch will roll out on Thursday, Dec. 5. The developer has also previewed the features arriving through Data Pack 3.0.
The past week has been filled with teasers on what will be included in the “eFootball PES 2020” update. Player face patches featuring six stars from the English Premier League were confirmed earlier this week. The list includes Liverpool winger Harvey Elliott, Newcastle United center forward Joelinton, Chelsea defender Fiakyo Tomori, Aston Villa center back Tyrone Mings, Leicester midfielder Hamza Choudury, and Calgar Soyuncu.
Player faces updates arriving via “eFootball PES 2020” Data Pack 3.0 also includes Bayern Munich’s Ivan Perisic after Konami got his full 3D scan. The patch will also update the in-game appearances of players from other European and South American football clubs such as Sandro Tonali, Filip Kostic, Walter Daniel Benitez, and Leonardo Sigali, among others.
Data Pack 3.0 is obviously filled with player face updates. But “eFootball PES 2020” fans did not fail to notice that that is all the upcoming patch has. Fans have been commenting and airing their disappointment on Twitter at how Konami has not hinted at delivering much-needed gameplay patches this week.
‘eFootball PES 2020 Lite’ free download confirmed for PC, consoles
The Lite version of “eFootball PES 2020” will follow the release of Data Pack 3.0. Konami did not announce a specific release date, but it confirmed on Wednesday that the free version of the game could be downloaded starting next week. It will be available on PC via Steam, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4.
What a way to kick off the Festive Football Period! ⚽️????— eFootball PES (@officialpes) December 4, 2019
We are incredibly excited to announce that eFootball PES 2020 LITE is coming!
From next week, EVERYONE will be able to see that #PlayingIsBelieving
Free to download on PS4, Xbox One and Steam.#PES2020LITE pic.twitter.com/g3ST7bpgMR
Since “eFootball PES 2020 Lite” is a free copy, expect that there are significant limitations to its content and gameplay. But players can expect the offline features to be accessible along with the MyClub game mode.
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