Nov 25, 2016 11:01 AM EST
‘PES 2017’ Data Pack 2 Now Available For Download; Special Agent That Adds Famous Players Coming [VIDEO]
"PES 2017" Data Pack 2 has been released by Konami recently. A special agent has also been added that adds famous players.
"PES 2017" Data Pack 2 released
According to the official website of "PES 2017," Konami has released Data Pack 2.0 for all platforms. The contents of the Data Pack will all be free for owners of the game. It will include several new kits, anthems boots, and more.
"PES 2017" 16 new kits
"PES 2017" will now have 16 new kits and it will include the famous classic uniform worn by the Liverpool team during the 2004 and 2005 season. The Anfield Liverpool FC home stadium has been recreated in this new Data Pack, but it will only be available on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Other stadiums that were added are Borussia Dortmund's Signal Iduna Park, and the Palmelras Allianz Parque with crowd anthems for each stadium.
"PES 2017" Update real faces
With the new Data Pack 2.0, "PES 2017" will now have more than 100 real players' faces. Some of the updated realistic faces are Marco Reus, Neymar Jr., Sadio Mane, Lionel Messi, Adrian Ramos, and many more. With this update, the faces will look more accurate than it was when the game was released.
"PES 2017" New boot styles
Konami added 11 new boot styles with Data Pack 2.0 for "PES 2017." Players will be able to customize their teams with the new boots with the data pack installed.
"PES 2017" No PlayStation 4 Pro patch yet
While Data Pack 2.0 is now available on PS4, the PlayStation 4 Pro will not get the patch yet until sometime in December. With the patch for PS4 Pro, players will be able to enjoy "PES 2017" in 4K mode.
"PES 2017" New faces coming with Data Pack 2.0
With Data Pack 2.0 for "PES 2017," a special agent will be joining the fray. According to another post on the official website of the video game, he can sign famous players with the updated face models. He will only be available from Nov. 24 until Dec. 1.
Check out the "PES 2017" Data Pack 2.0 Liverpool FC Trailer video below:
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