Konami have today announced the World Challenge DLC for PES 2014.
The World Challenge DLC acts as the World Cup, which is due to take place this summer and lets players take their favorite team to World Challenge glory. This mode charges the user with guiding their international team or player to glory in the International Cup competition. In ‘Team’ mode, the user governs every aspect of play, from team selection, to choosing offensive and defensive tactics. While ‘Player’ mode sees the player striving to earn selection and retain their place via their performances in a game.
The World Challenge mode includes all aspects from the competition, including Qualifying rounds right to the main tournament. Players will have the ability to set up friendly matches to recruit new talent, and finally enter the group and knock out stages of the tournament. The mode features separate qualification competitions for European, African, American and Asian sides, with a set number from each continent allocated spaces.
The mode comes including brand new presentation elements, including options to view squad details down to the finest detail, while new AI elements see players responding to strong performances and raising their game, or suffering a crisis of confidence which can affect their playing levels. New cut scenes have been added too, presenting your final squad selection once you qualify for the International Cup following a successful regional qualification round. World Challenge mode also includes th
The mode will be available for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 on March 26th, priced at £7.99. Free DLC and a patch will also be released the same day, which includes improvements to the gameplay allowing for a smoother experience, while bringing in new cheating measures for online play. The new DLC comes updating 9 International team kits such as Italy, Portugal and Greece, as well as implementing new boots from Nike, Adidas, Puma and Umbro. Also included are over 60 player face updates and additions, with lifelike representations of England’s Jack Wilshere, Spain’s David Silva and Gerard Pique, and Germany’s Mario Götze and Marco Reus. The new adidas Brazuca ball will added.
A trailer has also been released. Be sure to let us know your thoughts on the upcoming DLC via the comment section below.