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Free-to-Play PES Successor eFootball Has $40 Pre-Order Bundle

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Konami has already effectively admitted that eFootball will be a demo at launch, but that hasn’t stopped it from preparing a premium pre-order bundle. The free-to-play game – which will come with just nine teams when it kicks-off on 30th September – has a £32.99/$39.99 pre-launch package on the PS Store right now, but you won’t be able to enjoy any of its contents until the release is updated in mid-November.

What do you get for your money, then? Well, 2,800 eFootball coins and eight Chance Deals. These will be used to help build your Creative Team in the game, which we assume is going to be the eFootball equivalent to Ultimate Team. Each Chance Deal will allow you to sign “1 of 16 top-tier Ambassador and partner club players”. So, presumably they will include Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo, as the former is the game’s cover star and the latter plays for partner club Manchester United.

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