The free UEFA EURO 2020 DLC, which was originally scheduled to arrive on April 30, then delayed until further notice, due to the ongoing impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, now has an official release date of June 4.
UPDATE: (6-4) The UEFA EURO 2020 DLC is available now. Also available, is eFootball PES 2020 patch 1.11. Check out the patch notes below.
UEFA EURO 2020 Exclusive Content
- Official UEFA EURO 2020 license added along with several new cinematics and animations
- New stadiums, including Wembley Stadium and Gazprom Arena
- UEFA EURO 2020 added to Cup Mode
- UEFA EURO 2020 added to Master League and Become a Legend
- UEFA EURO 2020 added to Local Match mode
- Official UEFA EURO 2020 match ball added
Updates and Additions
- New season data for Campeonato AFP PlanVital (Chile) implemented
- Updated club team strips
- Updated national team strips
- Updated club team emblems
- New/updated face models
- New/updated player portraits
- New manager portraits
- Updated player names
- Added the option to select national teams as your Base Team.
- An issue that caused the incorrect Team Strength values to be displayed in the Squad List for all teams that include players from the Iconic Moment Series. This issue was triggered by using a Matchday team that differs from your Base Team.
- An issue where the Team Strength Level filter for matchmaking in Ranked Matches did not work correctly. This issue was triggered by switching to a normal squad from a Club Edition Squad that differed from your Base Team.
- An issue which sometimes causes lofted passes kicked with a full power gauge to fall short of their target when using Manual Controls.
- A variety of minor adjustments have been made to each mode to improve the overall gaming experience.
The free update will feature an official UEFA EURO 2020 competition in Cup Mode, as well as all 55 national teams participating in the tournament, with the latest kits and squads included.
It will also come with realistic recreations of both Wembley Stadium and Saint Petersburg Stadium, the former of which will act as the venue for this year’s UEFA EURO 2020 grand final.
Here’s a breakdown of everything coming in the free update.
- UEFA EURO 2020 (Cup / Local Match)
- Wembley Stadium
- Saint Petersburg Stadium
- Official Trophy
- Official Match Ball
- UEFA National Teams (55 countries)