PES 2014 Data Pack arrives with January transfers update

Well we might be near the end of February but it is better late than never as the latest Data Pack for Pro Evolution 2014 becomes available. This update intends to add more than just the deadline transfers to the game, as this also brings some new elements to the game and we are intrigued whether this will mean more improvements.

According to reports a total of 13 new kits have been added, with 43 updated and if that wasn’t enough five new ball styles and 16 new boots will be accessible with this update. As far as improvements are concerned, the Data Pack has been developed to tweak both gameplay and AI aspects along with a new camera to the 11 vs 11 mode.

Plenty of the enhancements have been made with the help of player feedback and that includes the new camera mode. This free download brings us to an article back in November where we spoke about how PES 2014 DLC could make it better than FIFA 14.

This is worth mentioning as FIFA 14 seems to be more prominent at the moment among fans, but PES 2014 has plenty of potential with extra content that can introduce everything from new balls, kits, individual play-styles and retro team kits to more enhancements within the actual gameplay and the editing.

Back then we mentioned the Data Pack 2 DLC and asked our readers what they thought of this. Now that the latest content brings us up-to-date with last month’s transfers and a few additional enhancements, what else would you like to see in future updates?

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Written by Marlon Votta

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