Wednesday, 8 October 2014

PES 2015 Editing News Next Week

Hi guys, on 15th October all the details regarding edit mode will be released for PES 2015, this will let me know what I can and can't do for you all. Getting this information earlier than in previous years will make planning and preparation much easier meaning I can hopefully get things out to you all much quicker.

Thanks to those of you who have made donations to Relay For Life for me so far, would love to see some more before Saturday though. If you would like to donate you can do so here all to help the fight against cancer.

Cheers, Paul


  1. Good luck with the run, Paul. I sponsored you a couple of days ago so hope all goes well!

  2. Just checked the total downloads for v3.2, it's 2276. If I got a $2 donation for each of those it would be some great fund raising for cancer research, I don't expect it from everyone, but even 50% would still be great.

    Thanks to SwallowTattoo's donation I will be releasing a Brighton export next week fully updated for the 2014/15 season ;)

    1. If I got that $4,000 (unlikely I know) total then I would make a full PS3 OF for PES2015 with various different versions containing different leagues.

  3. The latest demo of PES 2015, currently being shown off this week at the Brazil Game Show in São Paulo, has all-but-confirmed that this year's instalment will feature a fully licensed Ligue 2 and Liga Adelante.

    An 'English 2nd Division' and 'Italian 2nd Division' are also listed, indicating that clubs of these two leagues will most likely be unlicensed. Although, keen-eyed PES fans will know that clubs of the top tier of Italy were all licensed in PES 2014, despite the fact that the league itself was unlicensed. So with that, there is hope for Italy - although the same probably can't be said about England.

    Moving on to South America, the Brazilian League and Argentine Primera División both remain. However, the Chilean league - which was playable in PES 2014 - appears to be missing from the current code.

    Meanwhile, the BGS demo contains 13 stadiums - including the Olympiastadion Berlin, Allianz Arena, National Stadium in Warsaw, and Old Trafford. Although the number of stadia is very low right now, PES European Product Manager Adam Bhatti has already confirmed that more will be added.

  4. Paul have you seen this the menu looks great this year.