The update will include visual enhancements for over 100 players, eight classic Borussia Dortmund kits, a bunch of new boot designs, additional pitch-side hoardings, and the new Adidas ball that will be used in the 2016/2017 Champions League final.
Previous Data Packs have featured updated squads, but publisher Konami did not specify if this latest download will include transfer updates from the recent January transfer window.
In other PES news, it has been announced that the Trial Edition–a feature-limited, free-to-play version of the football game–will now include Konami’s answer to FIFA Ultimate Team, myClub.
The last Data Pack added classic Liverpool kits and the legendary Anfield stadium, while another download enhanced the game for PS4 Pro.
We enjoyed the alternative ball-kicking game here at GameSpot; critic Nathan Ditum awarded it an 8/10. For more, check out our full PES 2017 review.
The other option in the soccer department is, of course, FIFA. That game’s publisher, EA, recently confirmed the existence of FIFA 18, and said it will feature a second season of the game’s story driven Journey mode.