Konami began its admission that because, " EA have been extremely aggressive with signing deals with clubs and leagues this year..." PES 2014 wont have "major European stadiums, including NO Spanish stadiums" with more bad news.
There are to be no rain effects in the new iteration of its soccer game. But let's go back to this point about EA's deal making acumen.Writing on the official blog
and giving the competition this sort of boost is praiseworthy in its honesty but it also suggests that EA is ahead of the game.
Konami were also forced into the admission that, "his news came pretty late to us. Which is where a time issue came in, meaning we didn't have time to rebuild other stadiums to replace them. PES 2014 will ship with roughly 20 stadiums.
"Adding to the licensing woah, Stadium editor has been removed."
As for the rain, "Rain has not been implemented for 2014 as we had to overhaul the whole game and build it from scratch. While implementing rainy weather itself is fairly feasible, we need to think through of how its effect shows through in gameplay. This includes the pitch becoming slippery, ball bouncing, some elements to make the team used to that climate somewhat more power in terms of balance."