PES 2017, simulation football video game from publisher Konami, will be getting two free updates, one in October-end and another in November-end.
Konami has revealed the details of what the two new updates will include. According to it, update 1.02 will bring several improvements facial likenesses within the game.
The update features photo-realistic reproductions of over 39 players who have performed well in the early part of the season. They include the likes of Wissam Ben Yedder, Mario Lemina, Aymeric Laporte, Victor Wanyama and Denis Suarez.
Update 1.02 will also feature updated pitch side hoardings. It will also be introducing new official boot styles. This includes the option of choosing a variety of studs. Update 1.02 will be released by the end of October.
Konami will be adding 4K support for its new PlayStation Pro format in update 1.03. The new resolution mode will add greater visual definition running at 60FPS.
Further, update 1.03 would also introduce Liverpool's Anfield stadium, along with its new stand. It will also include Liverpool songs and chants, including 'You'll Never Walk Alone' when players walk on the pitch and during the matches.
Another addition is the Borussia Dortmund's Signal Iduna Park ground.
Additionally, both the updates will add more official iconography and official boot styles. This includes kit additions and various bug fixes.
Konami has assured players that it will be regularly offering free updates throughout the year.
PES 2017 was released on September 13 for PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One.