Publisher Konami announced more support for Pro Evolution Soccer 2014, with the announcement of World Challenge downloadable content (DLC), available on March 26, 2014 for Playstation 3 and Xbox 360. It looks like this:
Ok, maybe you’d also like some explanation to go with that, though it is already inclusive. In World Challenge, you’ll effectively enter an International Cup from start to finish. This allows you to manage the entire squad in Team mode, from attracting players to choosing the lineup. In Player mode, you’ll be fighting for a place in the selection. For this DLC, the artificial intelligence will once more receive an update and some cutscenes will be added. Unlike the data packs in Pro Evolution Soccer 2014, the World Challenge DLC won’t be free and will cost €9.99.
Instead, there will be an additional free patch that comes along with the DLC. This updates 9 international squads, fixes 60 faces and adds the mandatory selection of boots. Moreover, the press release states:
The patch will improve gameplay for a smoother experience, while bringing in new cheating measures for online play.
We really hope they mean taking measures against cheating and not actively for it. That’s probably what they mean.