PES 2013 Getting Free DLC and Updates
Written Wednesday, September 19, 2012 By Richard WalkerView author's profile
Pro Evolution Soccer 2013 is out this week (next week in North America), and as the game takes to the pitch, Konami has scheduled a bunch of DLC and updates for the game, starting with a cosmetic patch for day one of release.
The day one patch, as well as adding cosmetic touches, also brings three licensed stadiums for the newly promoted Spanish teams, Deportivo, Real Valladolid and Celta Vigo, and updated kits for 37 licensed clubs like Marseille, Ajax, Porto, Besiktas and Corinthians.
There'll then be a second update in mid-October, which will have all of the summer transfer stuff, like Robin Van Persie's move to Manchester United. There'll be more stadia, team updates, online game elements (like an option to leave a match halfway through, if you're losing) and UEFA stuff added too.
All of the DLC for PES 2013 will be free, and there'll be more to come according to Konami.