\nUpdate July 04, 2019: PES 2019 would no longer be a free game for PS Plus subscribers in July\n\nSony's choice to offer free PS4 games to employees of PlayStation Plus every month has gone down very well and this July football fans are in for a treat.\nThis is because PES 19 is included as one of two titles that members of the subscription can download free of charge. \nThe agreement will run from July 2nd to August 5th, offering gamers plenty of opportunity to win the title with their hands. \nPlayStation is also giving away Horizon Chase Turbo, an arcade-style racing game, along with PES 19, which means it's one of the best months in latest memory to giveaways to sports fans. \nSo, what precisely are fans going to get when they download Pro Evo in the next month?\nIt is commonly asserted that this year, thanks to EA's acquisition of the Champions League permit, FIFA has blown PES out of the water, but the Konami name is still worth picking up.\nIn 2019, a number of other permits were added to soften the blow of losing UEFA competitions, all featuring the Russian, Argentine and Portuguese teams. \nWhat may be more interesting for UK gamers is the inclusion of the Scottish Premier League and a number of well-known stadiums including Celtic Park.\n\nThere are also a number of other major European teams included in the game, all formally partnering with the likes of Barcelona, Arsenal, Liverpool, Schalke and both Milan teams. \nUpdates to the PES career mode version-Master League-were produced in 2019 and their Ultimate Team equivalent, MyClub, is also coming back.\nIn this mode, players will have the opportunity to add to their club exclusive legends such as David Beckham, Cafu and Oliver Kahn.\n\nPES may not be the cup of tea for everybody, with many fans preferring FIFA's genuine gameplay, but with Sony providing free play, those with a PS4 should definitely take the opportunity to play.