The update was expected to bring a bunch of new content to the game, following its very turbulent launch.
It was supposed to land this Thursday, but now will be coming on an unspecified date in November.
We take a look at the status at which Konami released what should have been an Early Access product.
Konami's reinvention of the PES brand has been met with a bit of criticism so far.
We got the very exclusive chance to play several 1v1 and 1vCPU matches to realise there's much more to this game than meets the eye once you try the new moves.
It will be coming to new-gen, last-gen, PC, and mobile devices.
An announcement regarding the game is expected on July 21.
Jonas Lygaard leaves virtual football for the real thing to become the new SønderjyskE Fodbold CEO in the Danish Super League.
It's official, eFootball PES 2021 will be an updated version of PES 2020.