The global pandemic has rendered the entire world to shut down and this has been reflecting in the sporting world as well. To make things easier Konami has announced that they will be releasing the Euro 2020 update even if the event doesn’t take place in real life.
This should provide players who has purchased some relief and will put the pressure on EA’s FIFA 20 as they haven’t announced anything as of yet. PES Euro 2020 DLC will feature all the 55 national teams in their updated kits and has been licensed as the official game of UEFA Euro 2020 tournament.
Not only the update but every detail has been emphasised in this update and will feature next to real lekeness of the world famous Wembley staduim as well as Saint Petersburg stadium. Konami also said they will be adding the official ball of Euro 2020 to game to make it seem more authentic.
The best part about this is the fact that players do not have to wait until the end of the season, and can get the update on April 30th 2020 for PC, Xbox One and PS4. PES has been a close rival of EA’s FIFA series and this might give PES the edge.
As of right now, FIFA players outnumber players who regularly enjoy Konami’s eFootball PES 2020 but this might significantly change in the coming months.
eFootball PES 2020’s UEFA Euro update is absolutely free and will be simultaneously released for PC, Xbox One and PS4.