Video game 'Pro Evolution Soccer 2014' from Konami.
Owners of the Xbox 360 version of Konami's Pro Evolution Soccer 2014 have been lacking one of the game's key features, online play, since its launch on September 24. A month and a day later, the game publisher says the issues disallowing online play through Microsoft's home video game console have been remedied.
The update that applies the fix can be automatically installed from within PES 2014 and delivers an online mode and Master League Online service to the Xbox 360 version of the game. It also rectifies previous issues with updating the game via Konami data-packs.
A full 11-Vs-11 Online mode is currently in beta and will be available in the coming weeks. Additionally, users can expect to see another Data Pack update in November that Konami says will include more than 800 player face updates, updated rosters, and improvements based on user feedback.
The company states that further DLC updates created to bolster the performance of the soccer video game title will be announced in the near future.