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The latest data pack for PES 2020 gives fans the most detailed player faces yet

The good people over at Konami have a lovely little surprise in store for PES gamers this week.

The new release, which was released back in September and is officially titled ‘eFootball Pro Evolution Soccer 2020’, have just dropped an exciting new patch which has improved multiple areas of the game.



The new Data Pack 2.0 – which will pop up when you next load up PES 2020 – offers a host of tweaks and gameplay improvements, updated players faces, real-life stadiums and even an army of legends in MyClub.

But before we delve into what’s on offer, check out the official DP2 trailer below.

That’s a lot to take in, right?

Firstly, we’ve got an array of new player faces that have been added, for stars such as Teemu Pukki – the Norwich striker who’s lit up the Premier League this season – as well Swiss defender Kevin Mbabu and Werder Bremen’s Maximilian Eggestein.

There’s also numerous updates to some of football’s most exciting youngsters, including Man United’s Daniel James and Tahith Chong, Barcelona wonderkid Ansu Fati, and Arsenal pair Joe Willcock and Reiss Nelson.

In fact, rumour has it that up to 30 players, ranging from clubs in the Prem, Ligue 1, Serie A and even Portugal’s Liga NOS, will be updated.


Italian football fans have been particularly spoiled, as not only is every single Serie A club on the game fully licensed – including Juventus – but so too is the Scudetto trophy.

Better yet, Italy’s Serie B is now available too, meaning you can play as some of Italy’s most fascinating clubs, ranging from Crotone, Pisa and Livorno.


Most exciting of all is the addition of authentic-looking legends to the game in MyClub, which includes Barcelona heroes Rivaldo and Deco, as well as Man United’s famous striker-duo Andy Cole and Dwight Yorke.

If boots are more your thing, then there’s now four additional Nike boots added; Mercurial Superfly VII, Phantom Venom, Phantom Vision and Tiempo Legend VIII, as well as others from Puma and Umbro.


In recent years, PES have stepped up their repertoire of officially licensed kits in the game, and the DP2 update includes the new third-kits for Barcelona, Roma and Galatasaray, as well as the national team kits for the Republic of Ireland, Hungary, Luxembourg and Montenegro.


As you can imagine, there’s much more to it than we could possibly list, so why not head over to the PES 2020 website to see what’s new and improved