Developer and publisher Konami has revealed that it will launch a one-day patch for its upcoming Pro Evolution Soccer 2013 when it launches in Europe on Friday, correcting a number of problems with the game and updating the stats of some players.
The patch also allows players to play in the official licensed stadiums for Deportivo La Coruna, Real Valladolid and Celta Vigo.
The kit for a 37 teams that are included in the game will also be updated.
In October, PES 2013 will get another free update, designed to deliver UEFA licensed content, make a number of transfer changes and add even more official stadiums.
myPES powered Facebook achievements, more half time options, a Rival Ranking for the Master League will also be added via patches.
There are also updates for the game that will change the balance.
PES 2013’s main rival, FIFA 13, will be launched on September 25.