Konami has revealed the release of a free to play version of PES 2016 on PC, to play myClub mode of the game without having to reach for their wallet. The model required is based on economic; it is obviously a matter to propose microtransactions.
Released a few months ago on PC and gaming consoles, PES 2016 has failed to distinguish itself from its direct rival in football simulation, FIFA 16, which has raffled much of the vote.
Having suffered from a chaotic launch on PC, the title of Konami returns to the front of the stage with the release of a free to play version of the game on this platform.
Overall, this “free” version of the game features to enjoy the myClub mode that allows up our own team and participate in exhibition matches.
As per the press release “myClub offers an incredible level of depth to PES 2016 and allows players to build a team of world stars. The myClub option has been massively improved since its launch, with player level systems and key players exclusive to the mode. Players can use points acquired through success in matches or with myClub coins to experience realistic club management to develop a squad. The myClub rosters and stats are also updated on a weekly basis. More competitions, events and campaigns are constantly added with players choosing their manager, recruiting coaches, developing playing styles and building a long-term strategy based on their specific aims.”
It is recalled that one needs to purchase the full game to enjoy the other game modes. You can download this free to play version of PES 2016 on Steam at this address.