Konami have today released a feast of new content for PES 2016, including the UEFA Euro 2016 DLC and Data Pack 3.
Data Pack 3 is PES 2016’s biggest update for the game yet, bringing a whole host of content including the fantastic UEFA Euro 2016 content (free for all PES 2016 players).
It also includes includes 15 of the new kits that will premiere during the UEFA EURO 2016 competition, including those of match officials. This includes kits for France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Czech Republic, Turkey, Iceland, Slovakia, Ukraine, Northern Ireland, Croatia, Albania, England, Portugal and Wales. Club kits across Europe and South America have also been updated. The official Euro 2016 kits for England, France, Croatia, Turkey and Portugal will be released as a free DLC before the tournament starts in June.
The teams getting new kits include Udinese, Empoli, FC Groningen. Willem II, Espanyol, Eibar sides and 10 second-tier Liga Adelante sides. There is also new strips for UEFA Champons League teams FC Groningen, Marseilles, Sporting Lisbon, and AS Saint-Etienne. 14 South American sides from the Brazilian and Argentinian sides will also be updated, including Flamengo, Corinthians, and Union de Sante Fe.
Data Pack 3 also boasts new likenesses and updates to the current roster of ratings, as well as 199 new player faces. Players that will stand out include stars of this summer’s tournament, Gareth Bale, Dele Alli, Andriy Yarmolenko, İlkay Gündoğan and Juan Mata. The ratings of those who have performed well during the season will also be reflected, so expect to see the likes of Jamie Vardy, Kingsley Coman, Dimitri Payet, Douglas Costa, Gianluigi Donnarumma and Riyad Mahrez amongst get their ratings deservedly raised.
If all that isn’t enough, there is also new boot and ball styles added into the game. Hypervenom Phantom II NJR styles will be included, as will PUMA’s evoSPEED SL, evoPOWER 1.3 and PARA Mexico Lite 15 HG JP designs. The official balls of the UEFA Champions League and UEFA EURO 2016 tournaments will also be added.
So there we have it, Data Pack 3 is huge! Let us know if you’re impressed and your thoughts on the UEFA Euro 2016 content in the comment section below.