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PES 2010 kicks off October 22nd

360 control, stunningly realistic player models and enhanced Master League as PES 2010 kicks off with lots of licensed content

Konami Digital Entertainment GmbH has announced that PES 2010 will be released for PLAYSTATION?3, Xbox 360, PC-DVD and mobile phones on October 22nd, with versions for PlayStation?2 and PSP? (PlayStation?Portable) to follow on November 5th and Wii on November 19th.

PES 2010 marks the greatest advance for the series to date, with the PLAYSTATION?3, Xbox 360 and PC-DVD versions benefiting from 360 degree control, while also feature the most detailed visuals and most realistic animation to date, and all new Master League elements. The Tokyo-based development team has worked closely with the PES fan base to implement the most requested advances, and as a result PES 2010 is set to be the ultimate football fans’ game.

Konami has also worked to add a number of new licences to the game, at both International and Club levels. All the major national teams are now included, with officially-sanctioned versions of the likes of England, France, Italy, Spain, Netherlands, Brazil and Argentina, plus the newly-added official German national team.

At club level, PES 2010 will also include the UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League, and Konami is currently negotiating to feature as many of the qualifying teams from these two tournaments. Some teams– including Real Madrid, Juventus and Manchester United– have already been implemented, with more to be announced in the coming weeks.

PES 2010 will be released for PLAYSTATION?3, Xbox 360, PC-DVD and mobile phones on October 22nd, with versions for PSP? (PlayStation?Portable) and PlayStation?2 on November 5th, and Wii on November 19th. For more information, please contact Steve Merrett at Voltage PR on 020 7903 5122 or email steve@voltagepr.com.

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