Download the free Trial edition of Pro Evolution Soccer 2017 for Xbox One and PC
The free trial edition for Pro Evolution Soccer 2017 is now officially available. Konami announced the trial is up for grabs on PC, PS3, PS4 and Xbox One platforms and offers gamers free game modes and teams in order to compete in e-sports ready competitions. The official launch of Pro Evolution Soccer 2017 dates back to September 2016 and is completely compatible with the new PS4 Pro console recently introduced by Sony.
Moreover, the official Konami website has revealed that a few aspects, like online matches and standard competition mode along with the myClub features, while editing options and Master League mode are off the table. Basic training options are still there to let players perfect their gameplay.
There is also the online PES League mode for those who want to test their mettle online against other players. With the offline exhibition mode, gamers can play with few teams in select arenas, sans access to full leagues or arenas like in the full version of the game.
You can check out the game description below:
The award winning series returns taking the famed gameplay to a new level by achieving interactive reality in both control and new authentic visuals. Buy to receive exclusive myClub content: 1x Barcelona Agents 75+, 4x Start Up Agents and 10,000 GP x 10 weeks. Control Reality in Pro Evolution Soccer 2017 with these new features: Real Touch, Authentic Visuals, Adaptive AI, Natural Player Movement and more.
As for consumer feedback, the trial edition has surprisingly scored a bunch of negative reviews on the Steam page. There is no concrete reason as to why, but they mostly range from the scanty controller support to bad netcode and inadequate port options and lack of proper resolution.
You can download the demo for the title here and have a look at the trailer below:
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