Pro Evolution Soccer 2012 Summary
From this point on all future instalments of the Pro Evolution Soccer series will include the Asian Football Confederation Champions League, as the publisher signs a licensing agreement with the body.
This joins the UEFA Champions League license already in use. The next title will be using Kojima Productions' Fox Engine to power it, they revealed last month.
Konami has announced that the Winter Data Pack will be coming to Pro Evolution Soccer 2012 on the 6th March for free on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC.
Konami has reported that it's seen a jump of 77.3% year-to-year increase in profits from a 9 month period, thanks to its involvement in digital publishing and social networking games.
The Japanese publisher reported its net income for the April-December 2011 period was ¥17.05 billion ($224 million), with sales of ¥194.5 billion ($2.55 billion).
Konami has announced that the first update for Pro Evolution Soccer 2012 will be hitting PC, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 on October 11.
While PC and PlayStation 3 owners will be enjoying the Pro Evolution Soccer 2012 demo today, Xbox 360 fans waiting for their version of the PES 2012 demo will have to wait until September.
Konami announced the delay, stating ambiguously that "unforeseen issues" need ironing out before the demo can hit Xbox Live Marketplace.