First PES 2013 Update Available Now

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The first downloadable content and updates for Pro Evolution Soccer 2013 is now available for the Playstation 3, Xbox 360 and PC. The update adds a widget system that acts as a shortcut to gathering friends together for online matches. It also adds eight people to play in a match simultaneously and Community modes, wherein friends can be automatically selected from a pre-determined list and allows communities to track and monitor their results. Users can also now concede a match at half-time as well. The content is all free and can be obtained on the Playstation Network and the Xbox Live Marketplace.

In addition to this first update, Komani has also revealed information for their second DLC update. The next update will add all summer transfers, adds further UEFA elements, team updates and 11 new boot designs. This will be available alongside the update to online features and it will be free. PES 2013 received an 8.5 out of 10 on Capsule Computers. You can check out the review right here.

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