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13/08/2019 3:20 PM IST

PES 2020 Price in India Revealed, Pre-Orders Live Now

FIFA 20 competitor PES 2020 has pre-orders live now along with an India price in time for the game’s September 10 release date on PS4, Xbox One, and PC.

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PES 2020 or eFootball Pro Evolution 2020 as Konami calls it, finally has an India price with pre-orders live according to a listing on specialist retailer Games The Shop. Available on PS4 and Xbox One, the PES 2020 price is Rs. 3,499. Not too bad when you consider that most big budget games like PES 2020 rival FIFA 20 sport a Rs. 3,999 price tag. Much like PES 2019, there’s no physical PC version available at retail and there doesn’t seem to be a special edition variant either.

That said, the PC version of PES 2020 is available on Steam for a princely Rs. 3,902. Odd when you consider that past entries had better pricing for Indian gamers. This doesn’t seem to be the case any more with Konami joining the ranks of Square Enix and Bandai Namco in raising prices for those who prefer playing on PC in India.

Digitally, the PES 2020 Xbox One price is a more palpable Rs. 2,960, a shade cheaper than the PS4 price tag of Rs. 3,499. If you’re purchasing it digitally, there’s a PES 2020 Legend Edition too. That’s for Rs. 5,464 on PC, Rs. 4,060 on Xbox One, and Rs. 4,799 on PS4. There are pre-order bonuses too as follows:

PES 2020 pre-order bonuses

* Andres Iniesta – 10 match loan
* 1000 myClub coins

Both editions of PES 2020 have content for myClub, Konami’s answer to FIFA Ultimate Team.

PES 2020 standard edition myClub contents

* Ronaldinho 2019 – 10 match loan
* Lionel Messi – 10 match loan
* Premium Agent (3 Players) x 10 weeks
* 3 Player Contract Renewals x 10 weeks

PES 2020 Legend Edition myClub contents

* PES Legend Player
* Ronaldinho 2019
* Lionel Messi 10 match loan
* Premium Agent (3 Players) x 30 weeks
* 3 Player Contract Renewals x 30 weeks

PES 2020 is out on September 20 for PS4, Xbox One, and PC.

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