The demo features nine teams in all, seven clubs and two international sides. You can play as Atlético Madrid, Arsenal, Barcelona, Boca Juniors, River Plate, Corinthians, Flamengo, France, and Germany.
Two stadiums will be available. You’ll be able to play in either Camp Nou or Neu Sonne Arena.
Included in the blurb attached to the demo are mentions of some of this year’s key features, such as Real Touch and Precise Pass.
Konami is getting PES 2017 into players’ hands ahead of its rival. The demo is now available, and PES 2017 will be available to buy from September 15.