Konami's resurgent football game, Pro Evolution Soccer, has gone all out this year to topple the reigning footy game champ, EA Sports' FIFA, and it's just announced that a hefty 150 real life teams will be recreated in the latest version.
Clubs including Manchester United, Bayern Munich, FC Porto, AEK Athens, Galatasaray Istanbul, Shahktar Donetsk, FC Kopenhagen, Zenit St Petersburg, CSKA Moscow, RSC Anderlecht, Dinamo Kyiv and Dinamo Zagreb have all signed up to feature in the game. They'll be joined by seventeen national teams, including England, Italy, Germany and France.
Konami has also renewed its arrangement with UEFA, ensuring that the Champions League and UEFA Europa League will feature exclusively in PES 2013. For fans of European footy, the entire Spanish league will be represented as will every club in Italy's Serie A.
PES 2013 kicks off later this year for PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PC. It boasts a host of new features under the banner of PES Full Control, including greater manual ball control and improved AI for players off the ball.