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PES 2015 demo delayed

Konami has announced that the PES 2015 demo has been delayed, but hasn’t quite confirmed when you’ll be able to play it in Europe.

The PES 2015 demo was expected to launch today, September 17 but the early look has been delayed across the world.

The PS3, PS4 and Xbox One PES 2015 demo will be available in Japan on September 18 and on September 23 in the US.

However, gamers in the UK won’t get access until a later date. Konami promises that the European PES 2015 release date “will be announced shortly”.

The news comes just a week after the FIFA 15 demo was released for Xbox One and PS4.

The FIFA 15 demo lets you play as two of the Premier League teams – Liverpool and Manchester City. The demo actually opens with a match between the two teams.

It also gives you a first taste of the FIFA 15 Ultimate Team mode, where there’s a few pre-made teams made up of the world’s finest players.

PES 2015 will feature a fresh shooting system, reworked close control jinking runs and bespoke player dribbling skills.

The game will launch for PS4, Xbox One, PS3, Xbox 360 and PC on the PES 2015 release date on November 13.

FIFA 15 will be out way before then, with a release date scheduled for September 26. It will launch for PS4, Xbox One, Xbox 360, PS3 and PC.

EA’s latest football sim iteration features a number of player improvements, enhanced ball physics and player emotions. There’s also better crowd reactions and evolving pitches that degrade as the matches progress.

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