The Chinese Football Association Super League and the Thai League join PES 2019’s roster of licensed leagues.
Konami have released Data Pack 2.0 for Pro Evolution Soccer 2019, which adds some new things to the game, while also fixing and updating older content. As far as the latter is concerned, the faces of over a hundred players in the game have been updated, so they should match their real life counterparts a bit more closely now, while the kits of a few teams have also been updated.
Legend players that were featured in PES 2018 have been added into the game, along with some new Legend players from Konami’s “partner clubs”. These haven’t yet been added to myClub, but Konami will be making announcements for the same soon. Meanwhile, there are also new player portraits – which is what you see at the beginning of a match while formations are being shown – for a few players.
There are also two new licensed leagues – the Chinese Football Association Super League and the Thai League. On top of that, the update adds two new stadiums to the game, these being AS Monaco’s home ground Stade Louis II, and the eSports stadium, eFootball.Pro Arena. The latest Nike and Puma boot models have also been added to the game.
Pro Evolution Soccer 2019 is currently available on PS4, Xbox One, and PC. Read our review of the game here.