Although the first Pro Evolution Soccer 2016 update was a mess (the rosters were incomplete), the team behind the game did a bang up job with Data Pack 2. DP2, which was released in December, added a variety of new content to the game including the Maracana Stadium and 51 player likeness for players such as Fernando Torres and Kevin de Bruyne.
In addition to DP2, however, the game’s publisher Konami revealed that PES 2016 would also be adding some EURO 2016 DLC. Also available as a standalone version of the game, PES EURO 2016 adds a handful of licensed teams ahead of the real-world event that kicks off in June. Find out more after the break.