If you happen to be a fan of Konami and Pro Evolution Soccer 2019 or better put PES 2019, the publisher and dev team will ship out a demo for PC via Steam, PS4, and Xbox One ahead of the official build come August 8th. PES 2019 will debut on August 30th, 2018.
Konami is gearing up to ship a public demo to fans of the PES series, which isn’t too far off. In the next couple of weeks, the devs will release the demo on PC and home consoles.
Like any other demo, this one is here to stay. In other words, there’s no timed exclusivity or a numbered trails. Additionally, you can read what the August due demo of PES 2019 has to offer right here:
Yes, that’s right. The #PES2019 demo is coming to PS4, Xbox One and PC via Steam on 8th August. There will be an Online Quick Match option too, alongside the usual offline stuff. pic.twitter.com/Th5Ea7U4BH
— Pro Evolution Soccer (@officialpes) July 21, 2018
If you don’t know, PES 2019 demo will sport offline exhibition matches,12 teams, and an Online Quick Match option.
The full version of the game includes a mode called “Authentic Leagues,” which is said to be a “huge addition” to licensed leagues. Moreover, My Club has been redone, from how you sign players, to special versions of players released throughout the year to offer a better experience.
PES 2019 also features 11 new skill traits that alter how you score goals with improved animations. Also, stamina now has an impact on “Visible Fatigue.”
And, if you want to, you can experience life as a manager with three significant changes that include: International Champions Cup (ICC) pre-season, in-depth transfer system and new league licenses.
As of right now, you can pre-purchase the Pro Evolution Soccer 2019 Standard Edition ($59.99), as well as the Pro Evolution Soccer 2019 David Beckham Edition ($69.99), or the Pro Evolution Soccer 2019 Legend Edition ($79.99).
Lastly, the PES 2019 demo will ship out early August on PC, PS4, and Xbox One. The official version of the game and its different editions will be made available come August 30th, 2018.
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