Through press release means, Konami has revealed that armchair footballers who pre-order Pro Evolution Soccer 2013 through Gamestop/EB Games will be able to choose from one of two available steelbooks.
Unsurprisingly, one contains imagery pertaining to Europe’s ever-popular UEFA Champions League, while the alternative option features decals based on the Copa Libertadores league, which is based in South America and Mexico. That way, fans of both camps will be able to prove their footie loyalty through game collection presentation.
On top of the above, the publisher has also confirmed that the titles second demo was released onto Xbox LIVE today. That very same trial will tackle the PlayStation Network tomorrow.
The Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC versions of Pro Evolution Soccer 2013 are expected to launch at the end of September, while Wii, PS2, PSP, and 3DS versions will make their way onto the retail pitch sometime later on.
KONAMI ANNOUNCES PES 2013 STEELBOOK GIFT WITH PURCHASE CAMPAIGN
Metallic Casing to Feature UEFA Championship League for Pre-Orders of PES 2013
Konami Digital Entertainment, Inc. today announced a pre-order campaign for Pro Evolution Soccer (PES) 2013. Consumers that pre-order PES 2013 from select retailers will receive an exclusive limited edition metallic casing for the game, featuring homage to the UEFA Champion’s League as a gift with purchase.
In addition to the UEFA Championship SteelBook, fans will also have the option of selecting an exclusive Copa Libertadores SteelBook cover as well.
The PES 2013 pre-order SteelBooks will be available as a gift with purchase at any GameStop (US) or EB Games (Canada) throughout the country.
PES 2013 highlights major enhancements for the popular soccer game, including new play mechanics such as PES FullControl, where the players have total control over every pass, shot and first ball kicks. Likewise, Pro-Active AI ensures the players can move as they should, whether they kick the ball or not, thus creating a true, authentic soccer experience. The Player ID system increases the individuality sensation, with players that not only look and move like their real-life counterparts, but also play just like them.