As more announcements regarding the upcoming title from Konami surface, fans of FC Bayern can now order a special edition of the game. eFootball PES 2020 is due to release September 10 as we await more news regarding the modes and more gameplay footage.
Having an extremely close partnership with Konami, the German giants, FC Bayern now get their own edition of eFootball PES 2020. On the cover you’ll find all the Bayern stars including Lewandowski, Kimmich or the PES ambassador, Serge Gnabry. From what it seems, unfortunately, the official FC Bayern store only has a version for PlayStation 4. This has led to a few fans inquiring about a PC or Xbox One version of the special edition, though Konami has not yet responded to the matter.
Calling all @FCBayern fans! 🔴🇩🇪
— eFootball PES (@officialpes) August 28, 2019
The special edition is purely cosmetic, directed at die-hard fans of FC Bayern and box collectors. From what we found out, the special edition does not include any additional in-game items that aren’t included in the standard edition of PES 2020. You can order your copy of the FC Bayern edition over at the official club store.
While the special edition may cater to certain fans, most are concerned about the lack of news concerning Master League and MyClub, the two core game modes in PES which have not been talked about much. Despite receiving news about the esports format and many licenses being added to the game, a large chunk of the player base is likely to be playing these. With just a couple of days left until the release date, fans of the genre are eagerly hoping Konami will release some footage or information about the two modes ahead of September 10.
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