Konami has finally released the PC demo for PES 2014, a little less than 2 months after its release on consoles. Konami made the announcement through Twitter, with the official Pro Evolution Soccer Twitter feed reading “The PC Demo is finally available for download through our official Community sites. Download it today!” including a download link to the demo, which you can try out here.
The almost 2 month waiting period between console and PC versions had PES fans on the edge of their seats. Although Konami has yet to explain why there was such a delay, some speculate that it feared another hacking attack. Before the full release of PES 2013 for PC last year, hackers got access to the demo code and were subsequently able to unlock the entire game before its release. Konami may have been waiting to release the demo to make sure it was secure and to avoid any adverse affect on sales of the game.
The newest version of PES lets your play teams from England, Spain, France, Portugal, Germany, Italy, and South America.