Fans have been asking a lot of questions about Konami's brand new eFootball game, unsurprisingly!
So, read on to find out how you can get access to all the kits, badges and licenses for the world's top clubs in eFootball, along with all the latest news.
What is an Option File?
An option file for eFootball (previously PES) titles allows you to download community-created kits and logos to the game, via a computer.
Where can I find an Option File?
Various websites offer various option files - from the Premier League, to La Liga, to divisions not even on Konami games like the Bundesliga or MLS.
Some of our favourites include:
What platforms support Option Files?
As things stand, Option Files are only available on PS4, PS5 and PC.
That means you cannot use an Option File on Xbox consoles.
This is because they are not compatible with third-party files, unlike PlayStation.
How to download an Option File
Head to the relevant platform for the Option File and download the file of your choice onto your PC.
Save your downloaded files on your PC.
On your console, open up eFootball and head to Settings > Edit.
This should create "Edit Data", which will automatically make a folder for you to copy Option Files into.
On Steam, the folder can be found here: C:\Steam\steamapps\common\eFootball.
If you’re not playing on Steam, the folder location should look like this: My Documents > Konami > eFootball
Copy all files from the downloaded Option File directly into the file.
Open up eFootball and go to to Settings > Edit > Import/Export.
Accept the warning, and click on Import Team.
Hit the command shown to "Select All Files" when the list of files show up on the Select File screen.
After they’ve all been ticked, click through to Detailed Settings, leave all boxes unticked and press OK.
The relevant clubs should now be in your game.
Neymar next cover star?
The official eFootball Twitter account, has announced that Neymar Jr has become the newest ambassador for the eFootball series.
This also means that Konami has secured the full rights to Neymar Jr in eFootball.
EA Sports has secured a partnership with Paris Saint Germain until 2024, which means that they will have the full license to the players, kits, badges, team name etc.
However, with Neymar becoming an eFootball ambassador, we could see Konami change its Cover Star strategy.
We believe that Neymar is now the front-runner to become the eFootball Cover Star, given the global scale of his fame, along with the exciting style of football he plays for European giants PSG.