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Friday, 27 November 2015

Free-to-play PES 2016 coming December 8th

Konami have today revealed that a 'free-to-play edition' of PES 2016 will be available from December 8th.

Confirmed for both PS4 and PS3, the edition features an 'unlimited' myClub mode, Exhibition matches with seven playable teams, as well as a Training mode where users can practice their skills in a non-competitive environment.

The announcement comes after yesterday's news which saw Konami declare that Japanese fans would also get their own free-to-play version of Winning Eleven.
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Thursday, 26 November 2015

PES 2016: Data Pack 2 confirmed for December 3

Update - Thursday 26th November, 2:15pm: Konami have just revealed that DP2 will update appearances for 51 players - including Kevin De Bruyne, Eric Dier, Gabriel Paulista, James Milner, Aleksandar Mitrović, Fernando Torres and Jamie Vardy. Scroll down to see them all, plus some nice in-game views of the Maracanã.

Konami Japan have announced the second Data Pack of the PES 2016 season will launch next week.

Available from Thursday 3rd December, Data Pack 2 will provide users with updated transfers, eight new pairs of boots, two match balls, player faces, national team kits, the Maracanã Stadium, and more.

Also confirmed, the game's next title update (also out on December 3rd), will add a new myClub lobby that will allow users to play against their friends.

In editing news, due to 'licensing issues', all players that were made Free Agents by DP1 (eg. Gerrard, Lampard and Xavi) will be removed by DP2.

But, with Konami advising users not to do any editing in-between DP1 and DP2, it's unclear on how - if at all - these players can be backed up. For now at least, I'd recommend holding back from downloading DP2 until a more concrete guide is found. To stay up to date with the situation, please follow this thread.

Finally, Konami Japan today confirmed a 'free-to-play' version of WE 2016 will launch next month on December 8th. Downloadable from the Japanese PlayStation Store, the game will feature the ever-popular myClub mode, Exhibition matches and Training.

Media and Screenshots:

Source: and @JohnCB2013
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Thursday, 19 November 2015

PES 2016: Euro 2016 DLC will be free

All future UEFA Euro 2016 downloadable content for PES 2016 will be free of charge, Konami has announced.

After issuing a public apology regarding the 'issues' of Data Pack 1 earlier this month, Konami have today gone one step further by promising that all Euro 2016 DLC will be available for free for all owners of PES 2016.

With further details to be revealed 'early next year', Konami have decided to not charge existing users for the DLC, in an effort to reward fans for their on-going support while also trying to 'bring back confidence in Data Pack releases'.

Data Pack 2, which is scheduled for 'early December' will provide users with updated transfers, new player faces, national team kits (below), as well as the world-famous Maracanã Stadium.

Scroll on for the full press release.

Data Pack 2 - scheduled for 'early December' - will add updated transfers, new player faces, national team kits, and the Maracanã Stadium.

KONAMI Announce Next Year's UEFA EURO 2016 Content Will Be Free for Existing PES 2016 Users, Delivered in a Data Pack featuring Euro Early Next Year

Konami Digital Entertainment B.V. is pleased to announce today that the company will look to reward those who have continued to support the franchise by offering any forthcoming UEFA EURO 2016 content for free to everyone who owns PES 2016, further proving its commitment to providing the best service for its passionate fanbase.

'It has been a difficult few months for the fans, with a lot of confidence lost in how we have been delivering content in our recent Data Packs, with some items missing that our consumers expected', explained Erik Bladinieres, Football & Alliances Director. 'The PES Production team appreciate their fans’ support and want to put things right. The team want to reward their support and bring back confidence in the Data Pack releases. With this announcement we hope we can regain their trust.

'The next Data Pack is scheduled for early December, including the Maracana stadium long-awaited by our Brazilian fans, more faces, new national team kits just announced in early November, club teams and the player roster which was confirmed on October 19th. Please wait for further announcement details. We promise for this issue to be resolved in the near future and will strive to keep delivering quality content to our fans, for free. What the UEFA EURO 2016 content will be has to be defined, but all content delivered by Data Pack featuring EURO for next year's prestigious tournament will be free for all existing users.'

Further updates for UEFA EURO 2016 are planned and details will be revealed early next year.
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Friday, 6 November 2015

PES 2016: Konami apologise for Data Pack 1

A statement from Konami:

“Hi PES Fans,
There has been an issue with the latest Data Pack released October 29th, and we wanted to reach out to our fans to let you know just how we’re dealing with this current situation.
Currently  the roster update for offline play which impacts Master League, competitions and edit mode is not complete, missing the final few days of transfers. The online modes, such as ranked matches, myClub and exhibition mode using Live Updates are up to date, as they were from October 2nd – and they remain unaffected.
We’ve received many questions regarding why offline and online are unique, and right now I wanted to explain that the systems being used for online updates are separated from offline due to the process we need to go through, with patch data including lists that needs to be checked internally and externally and may take weeks before the distribution.
The roster issue is a priority for us to correct ASAP, but will take some weeks unfortunately. We had planned a second Data Pack for end of November which was set to include a new stadium for PS4 and Xbox One, the Maracana. However, we will not release this Data Pack without including a fix for the offline roster issue.
Right now we have removed the planned Data Pack from our schedule so we can implement the fix required. We will then go through the process to get it out as soon as possible. We’ll update the fans on our official social channels as soon as we have information on this. 
The extra time needed will also be used to add more content into the game that wasn’t planned at this stage, such as new kits and boots, as well as any other content the time allows. We’ll provide a list of extra content once set. We appreciate this doesn’t suddenly make this situation better, but we do want to show desire to make good on the situation for the fans.
We also want to take the opportunity to sincerely apologise to those fans affected by this issue. It’s frustrating for the fans, and for the team making the game. We assure everyone that we have learnt from this situation, and confirm designs to improve situations like these are currently being considered for future products.
Thanks for your continued support, and sorry once again,
PES Team”
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Thursday, 29 October 2015

Data Pack 1 and 1.02 released

The first Data Pack of the PES 2016 season is now available for download.

DP1 adds updated line-ups and transfers (data based on August 30th!), 77 new player faces (full list below), 12 pairs of boots, 8 new clubs and a match ball.

To coincide with the new Data Pack, title update 1.02 has also been released. As well as providing "minor adjustments for a variety of modes to improve the general gaming experience", whatever that covers, the following fixes have also been fixed:
・While players are under treatment for an injury in a match for Become A Legend mode, not able to change the game speed with [L1]・[R1] 
・Playing a match in [myclub COMPETITIONS], [Reserves] would not be displayed in the [SQUAD MANAGEMENT]
・If [Pass Support Level] is switched [OFF], Low Cross cannot be made by ○ button ×2
・Super Cancel is requested at the same time as the Power Gauge is shown for a Shot or a Pass is requested, Player Movement cannot be controlled.
・While Shot Type is set to [Advanced], pressing the button just for a moment results in shooting the ball to the direction of the touch line.
・COM Team Players is set to the lower than 2 players in the Free Training, COM would not shoot a Free Kick in COM's possession.

Scroll down for a selection of screenshots, other media, and the full list of new player faces for DP1.

(Click image to enlarge)

First Row

Juan Carlos Valerón
Emiliano Moretti
Tiago Henrique Damil Gomes
Nicolas Douchez
Karim El Ahmadi
Lassana Diarra
Federico Fazio
Alberto Bueno Calvo
Luca Rossettini
Daniel Carriço
Luuk de Jong
Cristian Ansaldi
Aleksandr Kokorin
Roberto Soriano
Šime Vrsaljko
Luís Miguel Afonso Fernandes (Pizzi)
Rodrigo Moreno Machado
Danilo Pereira
Yevhen Konoplyanka
Ricardo van Rhijn

Second Row

Nicola Sansone
Samuel Umtiti
Cristian Tello
Raffael Caetano de Araújo (Raffael)
Alessio Romagnoli
José Giménez
Domenico Berardi
Omar Abdulrahman
Jordon Ibe
Jeison Murillo
Iago Falqué
Fábio Henrique Tavares (Fabinho)
Danny Ings
Mirko Valdifiori
Bernardo Silva
Naoya Seno
Shota Yomesaka
Mizuki Ichimaru
Akito Takagi

Third Row

Ritsu Doan
Kakeru Kumagawa
Ryuki Miura
Kensei Ukita
Toshiyuki Takagi
Zlatan Ljubijankić
Patrick Herrmann
Joshua Kimmich
Kevin Trapp
Andrés D’Alessandro
Luis Óscar(Lucho González)
Ignazio Abate
Michael Krohn-Dehli
Vágner Silva de Souza (Vágner Love)
Fabio Quagliarella
Matías Fernández
Manuel Agudo Durán (Nolito)
Rafael van der Vaart
Antonio Cassano

Fourth Row

Pepe Reina
Dirk Kuyt
João Pereira
Aria Jasuru Hasegawa
Heiko Westermann
Silvestre Varela
Burak Yılmaz
Sotiris Ninis
Yann M’Vila
Semih Kaya
Selçuk İnan
Umut Bulut
Samuel Inkoom
Emre Çolak
Son Heung-min
Fernando Lucas Martins (Fernando)
Armindo Tué Na Bangna (Bruma)
Waris Majeed
Julian Green
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