PES 2018 Announces New Bonuses To Celebrate 150 Million Downloads


The mobile version of Konami's Pro Evolution Soccer 2018 has hit 150 million downloads, and to celebrate, the company is giving out 50 free myClub coins for a daily login bonus, and has made legendary footballer David Beckham easier to obtain and play than ever before. The festivities will last until September 3rd, and every day logging in from now until then will net you 50 myClub coins. There's also a tweak to the draw system that gives you a chance to get a special legendary player, such as Beckham, once a day until August 27. The perk is called Exclusive European LEGENDS Volume 3, and it ties into the PES Selection mechanic. There's also another draw tweak called Worldwide Special 161 Stars, which will last until September 3rd. As a bonus, the game's icon has been changed to add in David Beckham as part of the celebration.

The proceedings will last a total of 11 days, giving prudent players the opportunity to earn up to 550 myClub coins. The two special draws overlap, so you have a high chance to get a high-ranking player of some persuasion. To be clear, you only have a boosted chance at Beckham and other old-school legends until August 27. You'll have to earn those draw chances on a once-a-day basis, but there are no details on exactly what players will have to do. The Worldwide Special 161 Stars perk, meanwhile, applies to all box draws during the event period. That one sees 161 hand-picked players from all over the world available at high levels.

PES has a long history of being among the most comprehensive football games available, and PES 2018 is no different. It boasts some amazing graphics for a mobile game, intuitive controls, and features a wealth of realistic details and options. Likewise, player movements, ball physics, weather effects and more are all realistically rendered. Players can make their own fantasy league with whatever players they like, or lead some of their favorite leagues and teams. There's also an option for worldwide online multiplayer, while gamers who manage to get their friends on board can gather around and play a Local League with them.


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