eFootball PES 2021 LITE Launches Today-Try Several In-Game Modes for Free

If you haven’t purchased the eFootball PES 2021 yet, Konami today released a free LITE version for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Steam. As with the full version of the game, eFootball PES 2021 LITE is backward compatible with PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X | S.

The modes available in the LITE version are:

  • Unlimited access to myClub mode – Build your own dream team by bringing together players and managers that suit your personal playing style. Train your rookie to a superstar or sign a legend or other powerful player to gain an edge in the competition.
    • myClub also gives you access to the Iconic Moment Series, a powerful new player variation introduced in PES this year.
    • These players are based on memorable moments from their current and previous superstar careers and come with boosted stats that reflect their performance at the time.
    • In addition, in myClub mode, you can also sign “Featured Players”. This is an essentially powerful variation of existing players selected for outstanding performance in recent games. Sign teams for both of these powerful player types and dominate the competition!
  • Matchday mode – Competitive PvP mode to participate in real-world soccer matches and various events inspired by infamous rivals. Matchday Mode is also home to eFootball.Open, an esports tournament that welcomes players of all skill levels. In addition, PES 2021 LITE also includes a “local match” mode and a “training” mode, so you can hone your skills against COM.
  • Edit mode (PlayStation 4/5 only) – Customize strips, emblems and team names. You can also import data created by other users to access different designs.
  • Full support for eFootball loyalty program – EFootball Points is the currency of the eFootball Points Program. You can earn points in a variety of ways, including playing games and watching eFootball tournaments. Earn points and redeem them for various in-game items and bonuses.

Data Pack 3 was released last week. If you missed a review of the eFootball PES2021, read here.

When Konami announced the decision to season update the eFootball PES 2021, many of us were divided on whether this would be good for the future of the series. On the other hand, the two-year development cycle in the midst of the transition to the next generation seems like a wise computational approach. Hurry up to create two versions of the game on separate systems can be a disaster recipe. With the introduction of the new Unreal Engine announced for PES2022, the risk probably outweighed Konami’s rewards. On the other hand, is the PES 2020 update enough to play for two years? It’s time to look into this eFootball PES 2021 Season Update Review!

There are also many feature articles on eFootball PES 2021 linked below.

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