Konami's has updated PES 2015 with the second significant free update that landed today. Content focuses mainly on new 3D models and textures, be it for players, stadiums or even kits, but the range is wide and the update affects several aspects of the game.
On the graphics/licensing side of things, the expansion adds four new fully licensed Champions League teams (FC Basel 1893, Besiktas, FC Bate Borisov and NK Maribor), 73 new player faces ("including renowned stars such as José Callejón, Aaron Ramsey, Karim Bellarabi and Gerard Deulofeu, and upcoming stars such as England left-back Luke Shaw, Spanish star Iker Muniain and Portugal's Rúben Neves") and four new arenas (Estádio do Morumbi, Saitama Stadium, El Monumental and Estádio Mineirão).
Besides that there are some new balls, boots, kits and updates to rosters based on the latest transfers, something that will be kept up-to-date with weekly revisions until the January transfer window closes.
On top of that the popular myClub social/custom team space includes new features and events. Here's the official wording, which mentions micro-transactions:
"myClub allows the user to build a team of world-beaters using a points system that rewards the player for achieving milestones or through good play. These points can be spent on building a new team, and players can also be added via micro-transactions.
The myClub mode has also been further bolstered with Event Competitions, giving users new ways to accumulate points for their team. A new panel will be added to the main menu screen, and Event Competitions will be open for limited times only. Players will be matched online, in one-off or tournaments and a scalable selection of rewards will be given to the winning players. A tournament against CPU-controlled users is also available to all players, with players matched against teams of similar ability as theirs and earning various rewards for successfully winning the tournament."
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