UPDATE: The eFootball PES 2020 PC demo is out right now and is available to download through Steam. This provides the first opportunity to get hands-on with Konami's latest punt at competing with FIFA. Suffice to say, if you're unsure how well PES 2020 is going to run on your PC ahead of its September launch, this is now your best chance to see how it performs on your rig.
It sounds as if it's a fairly feature-packed demo as well, cramming in 14 license teams including FC Barcelona, Arsenal FC, Palmeiras, Flamengo, Sao Paulo, Sport Club Corinthians Paulista, Vasco da Gama, Boca Juniors, River Plate, Universidad de Chile and Colo-Colo. There's Quick Play, Co-op, and Edit Mode so players can create their own kits and edit teams ahead of launch.
The eFootball Pro Evolution Soccer 2020 can be found on Steam right over here, while the full game is out at some point in September. Steam has changed where it shows the demo download link though. You can now find it in the right-hand column, just above the list of features. It's around a 4.1 GB download and needs 5.2 GB hard drive space to install.
Original Story: 01-Jul-2019 - eFootball PES 2020 PC demo is out this month, includes six leagues and Edit Mode
Lace up your boots, the PC demo for eFootball PES 2020 in inbound. Konami has taken Pro Evolution Soccer down the deed poll office for a name change, rebranding it the tongue-garbling eFootball Pro Evolution Soccer 2020. Yes, Konami has somehow managed to squeeze both football and soccer into the same game name, successfully winding up both sides of the great football/soccer divide.
Anyway, back to the demo, and both PC and consoles will receive a playable demo for eFootball PES 2020 on July 30th. The PC version will be available to download on Steam. If you’re unsure whether PES 2020 can run on your rig, this is the perfect opportunity to give it a test run.
Interestingly, Konami is expanding the demo this time around. As well as basic offline and online modes like Quick Play and Co-op, the demo will also include Edit Mode so players can tweak teams, edit players, and design their own kits. There’ll be a grand total of six leagues playable in the demo, hile any edited files can be carried over to the final game when it launches in September.
To be honest, and don’t let Konami hear this, it sounds as if there’s enough in the demo that a lot of folks won’t even feel the need to buy the final product. The most important team is included, Arsenal, as well as 13 others, comprising Palmeiras, Flamengo, Sao Paulo, Boca Juniors, River Plate, Colo-Colo, three unannounced teams, and the dregs like Barcelona.
eFootball PES 2020’s PC, Xbox One, and PS4 demos are out on July 30th, while the final game arrives on September 10th.