The free-to-play version of Pro Evolution Soccer 2016 (or PES 2016) came out back in December for PS3 and PS4, and is now available on PC via a download through Steam.

Though this is described as “entry-level”,┬áthe game is stripped of many of the features available in the full version of PES 2016 – players can still take part in Exhibition Mode.

Seven teams are available for the mode, including Bayern Munich, Juventus, AS Roma, Brazil, and France. The free version also includes the game’s training mode and the team-building mode myClub.

Like its PS3 and PS4 counterparts, F2P PES 2016 will also see gameplay updates and roster changes throughout the season.

Konami has not yet said whether it plans to bring the game to Xbox One or Xbox 360.

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