Gamers can indulge in the deep details of both Arsenal's Emirates Stadium and the players themselves with the limited licenses compared to their rivals EA.
Konami is pushing "eFootball" in PES 2020 and every step of the manner seems to be behind the boys in blue.
All about Arsenal
The Gunners ' boasts a big cabinet trophy and an even bigger fan base. When they load up PES 2020 next season and can play with an even more authentic Arsenal side than the game of last year, Pro Evo gamer's will be in for a treat.
Peter Silverstone, commercial director of the Arsenal, said: "We are pleased to expand our global partnership with Konami. Our relationship is now going from strength to strength in our third year. We are excited to work with Konami to further engage our huge global fanbase and give them the opportunity to experience the players, Legends and Emirates Stadium so accurately within eFootball PES 2020.“
What do other teams imply by this?
If you're a PES franchise regular, you'll understand you're unlikely to see Arsenal vs Everton, more like Arsenal vs Merseyside Blue. Konami is struggling with licenses that have always been a problem with their game. Until they can sort this out, it is unlikely that they will really compete with EA as the frontrunner of football.
On the next PES in which they promise to revolutionize the eFootball scene, all Arsenal supporters out there can enjoy your favorite club in complete capability. Unfortunately, you'll have to wait another year to see some change for those who aren't.