A patch released today for Pro Evolution Soccer 2014, the latest installment in Konami's long-running soccer series, will restore "full online functionality" to the Xbox 360 version of the game, the developer announced today.
The update will install automatically when players boot up PES 2014 and will bring an online mode and the Master League Online service to the game. It also fixes problems with Konami's "data-pack" game updates. Another patch will bring an 11-versus-11 mode in "the coming weeks," according to Konami.
"Konami is extremely grateful for the patience and understanding shown by PES 2014 users affected by the issues," a press release from the developer reads. "Further DLC updates created to bolster the performance of the acclaimed football title will also be announced shortly."
Konami detailed PES 2014's online modes, including the planned patches, just ahead of its Sept. 24 release on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.
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