02:39 PM - July 30, 2013 by Ermolli
Argentina's Most Popular Teams and Announcers to be Featured
In the Famed Soccer Series
Konami Digital Entertainment, Inc. today announced an agreement with the Argentinian Football Association (AFA) to bring 20 AFA Primera División Teams (and some of the corresponding home stadiums) into Pro Evolution Soccer 2014. KONAMI has also enlisted the talents of national football announcers and FOX Sports commentators, Mariano Closs and Fernando Niembro, to call the action in each game. Some of the premier teams that will be included are River Plate, Boca Juniors and Newell's Old Boys and Racing.
"The Pro Evolution Soccer series has always been all about creating authentic football experiences. And with great game development comes great partners." said Tomoyuki Tsuboi, President of Konami Digital Entertainment, Inc. "By working with the Argentinian Football Association, we will be able to give fans around the world the chance to play with some of the best and most competitive football teams."
The Pro Evolution Soccer series holds a wide range of soccer licenses from around the world, including Europe's premier club competition, the UEFA Champions League, and the AFC Champions League. Since its inception, the series has enjoyed acclaim worldwide, and the addition of highly-regarded AFA Primera División Teams will help extend its range to further resonate with football fans around the world.
This new agreement with the AFA brings the following 20 Primera División Teams and many of the home stadiums to Pro Evolution Soccer 2014 at launch.
The 20 Primera División teams included in PES 2014 include:
- All Boys
- Argentinos Juniors
- Atlético de Rafaela
- Boca Juniors
- Gimnasia y Esgrima
- Godoy Cruz
- Newell's Old Boys
- River Plate
- Rosario Central
- San Lorenzo
- Vélez Sarsfield
Pro Evolution Soccer 2014 will be available in North America, Central America and South America on PlayStation®3 and Xbox 360®, beginning September 24, 2013. PES 2014 for Windows PC will be available later in the year, as well.