Sunday, April 21, 2013

It looks like Konami has struck a deal to land the Asian Champions League license to the new Pro Evolution Soccer game

News for the latest Pro Evolution Soccer game 2014 is really starting to take off recently, as Konami has just landed a sweet deal with the Asian Football Confederation to bring the Asian Champions League license to the new PES 2014. As more and more news unfolds, it'll be interesting to see how PES has gotten completely reshaped, since this time around the Fox Engine will be used for it, essentially giving it a complete makeover.

The series has needed to be revamped quite a bit, since PES 2013 demonstrated that the series has pushed as far as it can go, holding something of a tight second place to Electronic Arts almighty FIFA series. This news just so happens to come from an Al-Jazirah website that confirms this, but you likely can't read that language, so another site that is dedicated to Pro Evolution Soccer news has taken the liberty of translating it all for you. That site is WinningEleven.

That same site also reports that Pro Evolution Soccer 2013 will be getting some nice new downloadable content for you add on. The new content will contain 38 teams comprised of the Copa Libertadores 2013 competition. J-League 1 & 2 will also come with the update for Winning Eleven 2013, what PES is called in Japan and South Korea.

If you like, you can check out the official Winning Eleven FaceBook page, which shows a bit more information on it.



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