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PES 2019: Here’s how to get all the official teams and licences

The option files are finally here

Fed up of Man Red and MD White? Well, PES fans, help is at hand.

The option files are finally here – and we’re going to guide you through them.

Oh, and for those who have PES on Xbox – sorry, but these only work on PS4 and PC versions of the game.


Follow the instructions below:

  • Format a USB drive to FAT32
  • Create a folder on the USB called WEPES
  • Find the file from PES World
  • If they come in the form of a zipped folder, unzip that folder into your WEPES folder on the USB. If not, make sure all contents are in the WEPES folder
  • Plug the USB drive into your PS4 and open up PES 2018
  • Head to the Edit menu then Import/Export

  • Then, select Import Team, click ‘select all’ and continue.
  • Head to ‘Detailed Settings’ and leave all boxes unticked

  • The files will then automatically be added
  • Select the ‘Save’ option on the ‘Data Management’ page at the end of the process

Easy as that

Easy as that
  • To add the tournament logos head back to ‘Data Management’, then ‘Import/Export’, and select ‘Import Images’
  • Select the ‘Competition Emblems’ option in the ‘Import Images’ screen

  • Tick all of the individual images (not the folders), and click OK
  • Lastly, you have to edit each competition manually with their imported logos. To do this, trawl through the ‘Competition Category’ pages which will follow the logo import

  • You now have a ‘fully licensed’ version of the game


It’s a slightly different much easier process.

You need to download the option file and extract to the folder in which you installed the game.

It will be titled ‘/Steam/SteamApps/Common/Pro Evolution Soccer 2019.’

That’s it – enjoy!