Every year there's the same battle between Konami's Pro Evolution Soccer and EA's FIFA, but this year things have been spiced up even more. After all, Konami secured an exclusivity deal for the name, kit, and crest of Italian team Juventus, forcing EA to use the name Piemonte Calcio for the team in FIFA 20, and Konami has even rebranded the whole thing to be eFootball PES 2020 this year.
What's more is that you can now play a demo of the game right now for free, as it has just been released today to give you a taste of what awaits. As you can see below in the infographic, there are plenty of teams to choose from, including official partners Bayern München, Manchester United, and of course Juventus. There are even Online and Edit modes, as well as the opportunity to play on PC, PS4, and Xbox One.
The official cover for the game has also been revealed on Twitter, featuring ambassadors Serge Gnabry and Miralem Pjanic alongside Manchester United's Scott McTominay and FC Barcelona's Lionel Messi.
Are you going to try the demo out?
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