Available from December 20th, the free download refines a number of gameplay elements in line with requests from the bustling PES community. The ability to cycle between players within the context of a multi-player online match has been added back into the game, allowing users to deftly switch players with ease. The myPES app has also been tweaked to enhance player matches and accessibility and the online side of the game has been further enhanced with changes to player matching when using Master League Online teams. Issues with the online pass have been resolved, and a small issue with player numbers in Master League Online has been rectified.
The solus game has also been improved in key areas, with new goal celebrations for selected players, and better offside decisions from the referee. Similarly, the player movement elements are now enhanced, while in-game formation changes also benefit from more explanation. The cursor fixing in relation to the goalkeeper and their abilities have also been improved.
KONAMI remains committed to working closely with the PES fan base to continually improve the PES 2013 experience, and further DLC will be available on an ongoing basis.