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Get 50% Off eFootball PES 2020 Standard & Legend Edition, if You're a PS Plus Subscriber

eFootball PES 2020

Get 50% Off eFootball PES 2020 Standard & Legend Edition, if You're a PS Plus Subscriber

If you’re a PlayStation Plus subscriber, you can purchase the eFootball PES 2020 Standard Edition for $29.99 (regularly $59.99) on the PlayStation Store. The Legend Edition is going for $39.99 (regularly $79.99). That’s a nice 50% markdown.

Even if you’re not a PlayStation Plus subscriber, you can get the eFootball PES 2020 Standard Edition for $44.99 or the Legend Edition for $59.99, 25% off the regular price.

The eFootball PES 2020 Legend Edition comes with the following myClub content:

  • PES Legend Player
  • Ronaldinho 2019
  • Lionel Messi 10 match loan
  • Premium Agent (3 Players) x 30 weeks
  • 3 Player Contract Renewal Tickets x 30 weeks
  • FCB x Nike x 10R collaboration kit (in-game)

If you missed our eFootball PES 2020 review, read it here.

In a nutshell, eFootball PES 2020 is easily better on the pitch and off of it for the first time in years. At its core, PES is about capturing magical moments and this year’s iteration does that even more than usual.

While there’s still some nagging issues here and there, eFootball PES 2020 is a patch (or simply reverting back to the demo code) away from being one of the finest soccer games ever made. With its core mode Master League improved, eFootball PES 2020 finally has a mode worthy of its solid gameplay.

With the help of option files, PC and PS4 users get to experience nearly all of the bells and whistles of FIFA — sorry Xbox One users, you still can’t — but with the magic that only PES can provide. If you’re a gameplay purist, then eFootball PES 2020 is definitely worthy of a purchase.

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  1. Ugh, I love PES but Konami kills me with this stuff.  Told myself last year that I wouldn't buy the game at launch again, maybe next year I can stick to my guns.  I'm happy to support the game, but when you turn around and slash the price less than 2 months later, makes it hard to continue feeling like a sucker.
    It's a lot better than last year in my opinion.  Far more diversity from the AI in terms of attacking, and after the last patch it seems like there's less space out there, which is crucial.  Still can't figure out why this game makes my PS4 Pro run so loudly, but if that's my biggest gripe then I'd call it a good year for Konami.

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