Pro Evolution Soccer 2020: Demo online
The Pro Evolution Soccer 2020 Steam Key demo went online or, to give its full name to the game, the eFootball: Pro Evolution Soccer 2020 demo went online. Whatever you want to call it, now you can try the next football simulation on PS4, Xbox One or PC.
This time, Konami has acquired the right to use the real names, shirts, stadiums and players of Manchester United, Juventus, Arsenal, Barcelona and Bayern Munich. And in the case of Juventus, this is an exclusive contract, which means that FIFA 2020 must be content with Italian giants like Piemonte Calcio.
This is not the only amazing development for PES 2020 as well. Konami also revealed the boxing style of this year's game, and let's say the cover artist's selection is a bit surprising.
In addition to the Bonafide legend, Lionel Messi, Scott McTominay of Man Utd, Miralem Pjanic de Juventus and Serge Gnabry of Bayern Munich share PES 2020 coverage.
The presence of McTominay on the cover will surprise British football fans in particular. Although he is a good player, he is only 22 years old and has been playing professional football only since 2017. He played 31 times for Man U and nine times for Scotland. So far he has scored two goals in his club and has yet to find the net for his country.
Manchester United, Juventus, Arsenal, Barcelona and Bayern Munich are represented in the demonstration, which includes 13 teams and provides access to the game's editing mode. Console players should be able to find the demo in the integrated store of their PS4 or Xbox. One, while PC players will be able to access through Steam.
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