Limited free-to-play version of Pro Evolution Soccer 2017 now available

Posted November 28th, 2016 at 9:00 am

Pro Evolution Soccer 2017

Last year Konami introduced the concept of a slimmed down free-to-play version of Pro Evolution Soccer which included the MyClub team-building mode (naturally in order to generate digital revenue) plus a handful of teams for exhibition matches and the game’s training mode. The publisher has just now released a similar offering for PES 2017.

The PES 2017 Trial Edition can be downloaded for both Xbox One or PlayStation 4. This year’s differs in that it doesn’t offer MyClub but instead features the new ‘PES League’ which is being used as the game’s competitive eSports mode. The first competition will get underway in December. The trial version also includes the Skills Trainer and nine teams for use in exhibition games: FC Barcelona, Arsenal FC, Club Atlétic de Madrid, Ca Boca Juniors, Ca River Plate, SC Corinthians Paulista, CR Flamengo, and the national teams of Germany and France.