People who have been playing “PES 2014″ on Xbox 360 have had a rough go of it when it came to playing the game’s online modes since it released last month. But according to Konami, those problems should be fixed as of today.
Konami announced that a new update fixes all issues with online functionality in the Xbox 360 version of “PES 2014,” and that the update can be automatically installed from within the game. The patch restores full service to the regular online and Master League Online modes, as well as rectifying issues with automatic updates via Konami data-packs.
“KONAMI is extremely grateful for the patience and understanding shown by PES 2014 users affected by the issues,” a company press release said. “Further DLC updates created to bolster the performance of the acclaimed football title will also be announced shortly.”
So far, those updates inlcude a full 11-on-11 online mode which is currently in beta. Players can also expect a DLC update in November that features over 800 updated player faces, roster updates, and other improvements based on user feedback.
“PES 2014″ launched on September 24 in North America. Ironically, the Xbox 360 version had a slightly higher Metacritic score than its PS3 counterpart, with only a few of the professional reviews seemingly knocking points off for the hassles people were experiencing trying to play online.