Konami just made available the last ever Live Update for Pro Evolution Soccer 2015. Following last week's announcement that the last PES 2015 Live Update would be released on this day, the Live Update includes one transfer and one new player.
Konami presents Gabigol Mondays, a video series featuring Santos FC star Gabriel Barbosa, aka Gabigol, in which the young striker will teach fans how to perform some moves and tricks on.
Following last week's small PES 2015 Live Update, the April 23 PES 2015 Live Update brings no less than 131 transfers and 45 new players to the game.
131 TRANSFERS AND 45 NEW PLAYERS INCLUDED IN PES 2015 LIVE UPDATE APRIL 23
Albeit the focus was laid on the Argentinian Primera División, yesterday's PES 2015 Live Update also features transfers from the European leagues. Examples include Emir Spahić, who was released by Bayer Leverkusen and Jonathan Biabiany, whose contract with bankrupt Parma was terminated on April 11.
PES 2015 Live Updates are back after the international break. Konami use today's update to adjust player forms and team lineups in accordance to latest developments, as well as adding some new mid-season transfers.
We don't have a lot changes this week. Only five transfers and six new players for PES 2015.
Transfers include Yann M'Vila who returned to Rubin Kazan (not in game) after a six-month loan at Inter and Michael Turner who joined Fulham on an emergency-loan from Norwich.
Former Aston Villa and Bolton center back Zat Knight is one of the newly added players as he joined Reading from the Colorado Rapids. Another added player is Ewerton who transfered from Anzhi to Sporting this January.
This Live Update covers the last week (March 9 - 15) and includes 19 previously missing transfers, as well as five totally new players.
On top of that, Konami made a huge (temporary) change to myClub that allows to sign top players as 'Quality Loans'.
PLAYER STATS REMAIN UNTOUCHED
As it was already the case during the last few weeks, the update does not affect player ratings.
Konami released a new free-to-play game named Winning Eleven 2015 myClub in Japan.
While the new free-to-play Konami football game is at the moment only available in Japan and on Playstation 4, it is expected to be released on other platforms and in other parts of the world shortly.
The new Pro Evolution Soccer 2015 Data Pack 4.00 was released this morning.
The PES 2015 Data Pack 4 updates all squads to bring them in line with the transfers made during the January window. 11 new boots and two new balls were also included in today's download, while the users on Playstation 4 and Xbox One receive three new stadiums for the game. On top of all that, 60+ players got new faces, based on performance in the season and user votes on various fan sites.
The new PES 2015 Data Pack 4.00 will be available to download March 13 and will bring all winter transfers, more than 60 new player faces as well as three new stadiums for the next-gen versions.
60+ PLAYER FACES INCLUDED IN PES 2015 DATA PACK 4.00
The list of faces included in the Data Pack includes many interesting and much needed new faces: Paco Alcácer, Harry Kane, Paulo Dybala, Javier Pastore, Luciano Vietto and Nathaniel Clyne are amongst the selection.