Today, Konami released information on its newest patch and a future Data Pack 3 for Pro Evolution Soccer 2014.
The patch released today, adds a new camera angle for PES 2014 and resolves issues for a small number of users who encountered power dropping during play.
The free Data Pack will be available later this month for PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and PC and adds a few cosmetic things to the game. The pack includes all transfers made during the 2014 January window, as well as 13 new and 43 updated kits, 16 new boots, and five new soccer balls.
PES 2014 pays tribute to a selection of great classic teams including replica kits of the AC Milan side of 1899, the 1982/83 Roma side, Benfica’s 1961/62 side, and Manchester United’s treble-winning 1998/99 kit as well. Contemporary teams are also updated, with the new French, German, and Spanish nationals kits. Contemporary clubs like AS Roma, FC Porto, Olympiakos and Club Atlético All Boys also receive updates.
The heritage of South American football is celebrated as well, with classic strips for Santos FC (1968), Colo-Colo (1992),São Paulo (1993), Boca Juniors (1997), Racing Club Avellaneda (1967) and the 1996 Universidad De Chile side. Third kits for the current Manchester United, Juventus and Inter Milan sides have also been included.
New boots including Nike’s Tiempo V and Hypervenom Phantom styles, Puma’s evoSPEED 1.2s and evoPOWER 1s, and the Predator LZ TRX FGs and F50 adizero TRX from adidas are all now included. The official Final Lisbon ball as seen in the UEFA Champions League knock-out stages, and the adidas argentum – the official ball of the Argentine leagues.
Konami also plans to release a patch in conjunction with the Data Pack to tweak AI and gameplay elements and add a new camera to the 11 vs 11 mode in response to user feedback.
It’s always nice to be able to play with updated rosters and thankfully fans of PES 2014 didn’t have to wait too long after the January Transfer Window to enjoy the new players in the game.