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Konami have announced a new long-term partnership with Manchester United along with a brand new trailer for the upcoming game.
The club announced the news on their official website, providing details of the upcoming release:
"Created using state-of-the-art technology, the game boasts the most detailed recreation of the club's famous Old Trafford stadium seen yet." reads the Manchester United website.
"The current squad have also been created using a full-body 3D scanning process, providing players of the game with ultra-realistic avatars of their favourite United stars."
Here is the official trailer from PES' official YouTube channel:
The game will feature a brand-new 'Matchday' mode that will allow fans to team up and play in weekly competition games, which will correlate to real-world football matches, according to the website.
Winners from each game will earn points towards their team's overall tally.
Teams and players with the highest points score can then go on to compete in a Grand Final with the chance to be crowned the overall winner.
Official: #mufc have announced a new long-term partnership with Konami, creators of Pro Evolution Soccer #mulive pic.twitter.com/y7XB6qe0sI
- utdreport (@utdreport) July 2, 2019
It has also been anounced that the Pro Evolution Soccer 2020 demo will be released at the end of July, with Arsenal, FC Barcelona, Boca Juniors and River Plate all featuring.
The #eFootballPES2020 Demo is coming...
:white_check_mark: Releases July 30th.
:white_check_mark: Available on PS4, Xbox One & Steam.
:white_check_mark: Teams include Arsenal, FC Barcelona, Boca Juniors, River Plate + more.
:white_check_mark: Includes online gameplay & access to edit mode.#PlayingIsBelieving pic.twitter.com/GgIvsGgset
- Pro Evolution Soccer (@officialpes) June 29, 2019
It has also been announced that Konami have renewed its partnership with FC Barcelona.
Back in 2016, Konami's European President Tomotada Tashiro and FCB Commercial Director Francesco Calvo presented the premium partnership at the Nou Camp's press hall.
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