If you’re still not sure whether or not you should pick up PES 2016, Konami is making things a bit easier today by offering a free-to-play version of the game which they’re describing as “entry-level”. In an attempt to bolster sales and get more people playing, this free-to-play edition of PES 2016 will come with an Exhibition Mode with a whole seven teams.
Some of the teams allocated to the free-to-play version of PES 2016 include Bayern Munich, Juventus, AS Roma, Brazil, and France. Training and myClub are also available, which means this free-to-play version is nothing to scoff at. The free-to-play edition will even include access to both offline and online modes, in case you want to see how the servers are running before taking the $60 plunge.
According to the latest press release, this new version of the game will also be compatible with all future gameplay and content updates throughout the entire PES 2016 season, including roster updates. It will also be available for both the PlayStation 3, and the PlayStation 4.
In our review for the game posted earlier this September, Kevin Fielder found the game a step up over the previous installment, praising the game for its realistic gameplay. Now that the game has a version available to play for free, you don’t have to take our word for it. Will you be trying out the free version of PES 2016?