Data Pack 2.0
You can now get eFootball PES 2020‘s Data Pack 2.0 for free! Download for Playstation 4, Xbox One and PC Steam. Players can get the following additions:
- Joe Willcock – Arsenal FC
- Reiss Nelson – Arsenal FC
- Ansu Fati – FC Barcelona
- Jean Clair Todibo – FC Barcelona
- Carles Perez – FC Barcelona
- Mickaël Cuisance – FC Bayern
- Daniel James – Manchester United
- Tahith Chong – Manchester United
- Merih Demiral – Juventus
Finnish striker Teemu Pukki, Swiss defender Kevin Mbabu, German midfielder Kerem Demirbay, German midfielder Maximilian Eggestein, and French defender Abdou Diallo have also gotten detailed player faces.
Updates to player boots are in Data Pack 2.0 featuring four additional Nike Boots (Mercurial Superfly VII, Phantom Venom, Phantom Vision, Tiempo Legend VIII), two new PUMA boots (FUTURE 4.1 NETFIT, PUMA ONE 5.1) and two new Umbro boots (Medusae 3, Velocita 4). All replicate their popular real-world designs.
Several team uniforms have also been updated, including:
- FC Barcelona
- AS Roma
- Galatasaray S.K. 3rd kits
- Republic of Ireland
Gameplay tweaks and fixes following community feedback have been implemented as well. You can check out the PES’ development team’s official Facebook to join the conversation.
There is new information regarding the game’s esports programme, eFootball. An overview is available at the website. Meanwhile, both eFootball.Pro and eFootball.Open will begin in December. Registrations for eFootball.Open begin in November. eFootball.Open is an esports tournament open to all players, competing exclusively in 1v1 matches and replaces the previous PES LEAGUE competition.
Via Matchday mode in eFootball PES 2020, players will select a club during registration to compete with througout the tournament. Available clubs will mirror that of eFootball.Pro, to be announced soon.
eFootball.Open will separate players into “Basic”, “Intermediate” and “Expert” levels to make esports more accessible. Matches will take place every two weeks. Players will be divided according to their Online Divisions rating.
“Expert” players will have the opportunity to move on to Regional, then World Finals. They will be able to earn prize money and attention from top football clubs to secure future eFootball stars. “Expert” players will be ranked alongside other players on their platform (PS4, Xbox One or PC) who selected the same club, with the top 50 for each progressing to the Online Finals.
Competition structure and key dates (subject to change) are as follows:
- Online Registration – Mid-November 2019
- Online Qualifiers – December 2019 to February 2020
- Online Finals – February to March 2020
- Regional Finals – May 2020
- World Finals – July 2020
Further details on eFootball.Pro, KONAMI’s top-flight tournament that will only include professional, real-world football clubs from Europe playing with authentic squads, will be announced soon.