PES 2014 is now a free digital download to all subscribers to PlayStation Plus - the game's World Challenge DLC will also be discounted.
Yes, that's Konami's move to take on EA's FIFA
series - and to embed its game and therefore its ongoing DLC (where the money's made) into PlayStation owners hearts, minds and hard drives. Nice move.
See what we mean: says the blurb, "In addition to the main game free, Konami's World Challenge DLC will be available for €6.99/£4.99 to PlayStationPlus users, a reduction of 20%."
"This all-new competition challenges the user to guide their chosen national team to glory in the World Challenge tournament. Players can choose any national team from PES 2014’s rosters and opt to play as the Manager or as a member of the squad. In ‘Team’ mode, the user governs every aspect of play: from tactics, team selection, etc; while ‘Player’ mode sees the player striving to earn selection and retain their place via their performances in a game. The new DLC adds all the latest kits and Brazil have been added as a fully licensed entrant for the first time in the series."More info here: