A new PES 2020 patch update is available to download in the form of to Data Pack 4.0, and with it a load of updates to the iconic Konami game.
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Data Pack 4.0 arrived on Thursday 13 February.
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Therefore, we expect it in the next few days, and we will cover every change in the new update as soon as it drops.
New Player Faces
To build up the hype around Data Pack 4.0, Konami has teased some new player faces arriving in the new patch – with over 50 new faces coming in the update.
The player of the moment – Erling Braut Haaland signed for Borussia Dortmund for just £17 million in January, with the striker scoring 28 goals in 22 games for RB Salzburg so far this season.
With BVB not on Pro Evo, you will only be able to play with the 19-year-old with the Norweigan national team, or look to pick him up on MasterLeague or MyClub.
This man needs no introduction. After a year and a half of exceptional performances in the MLS, the English legend moved back to England, bringing his talent to Championship side, Derby.
Rooney already has two goals and two assists in six appearances for the Midlands side, but is anyone really that surprised?
On loan from Real Madrid, this looks to the breakthrough campaign for winger Tafekusa Kubo at PES 2020 partner club Mallorca.
The Japanese international has played 20 games so far this term, scoring once and chipping in with two assists.
Dean Henderson’s face update is long overdue. The goalkeeper has been on fire for newly promoted side, Sheffield United, having only conceded 21 goals in 24 games.
The blades have excelled in the top division, sitting fifth in the Premier League, and they owe a lot of their success to Henderson.
Eastern European Additions
It doesn’t stop there, with Pro Evo adding even more player faces to the new Data Pack with players from Russian and Ukranian leagues.
Douglas Santos from Zenit Saint Petersburg is now in the game, alongside Shakhtar Donestk man Junior Moraes.
Even more player faces have been announced, head here to see every single one revealed so far for Data Pack 4.0.