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Konami announces April release for PES’s Euro 2020 DLC as the real-life event hangs in the balance

Konami has announced a release date for the PES 2020 Euro 2020 DLC amid an increasing likelihood the real-life event will be postponed because of the coronavirus outbreak.

This week, the Japanese company said the Euro 2020 DLC for its football game would be released as a free update on Thursday, 30th April on PC via Steam, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

The update adds all 55 Uefa national teams, along with their latest kits and squads. Wembley Stadium, which is set to host the Euro final on 12th July, is also recreated in the game.

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