Football game PES 2015 is out this week, and alongside it comes a day one patch that updates the teams.

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Hopefully they get John Terry's face right. It's important, because he plays for Chelsea, by far the greatest team the world has ever seen.

The day one update means 93 new kits appear authentically in the game. Eight more licensed teams have been added, including Sparta Praha, FK Partisan, and Maccabi Tel Aviv.

The Brazil league will have six of its teams (Santos, Internacional, Vasco da Gama, Vitoria, Criciuma, and Chapecoense) updated to include an additional 109 real names.

As you'd expect, the update reflects all transfers and loans, new boots from Puma and Nike, and over 80 player feature updates.

Meanwhile, another update, out in December, will add 11 player names to Flamengo, as well as more teams in other leagues.

PES 2015 includes second-tier teams for the first time. The Spanish Liga Adelante and French Ligue 2 are both in there, as are all Brazilian top-flight teams and the full Argentine Primera Division.

Konami said there are English and Italian second-tier teams, not in licensed form but with real players. The game has the full Dutch Eredivisie, French Ligue 1, Spanish La Liga and Italian top-flight leagues, as is usual.

There are modes for the UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League, as well as the South American Copa Libertadores and Copa Sudamericana tournaments, and the Asia Champions League.

PES 2015 is out this Thursday, 13th November, for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PC. If you've read our PES 2015 review you'll know it's really good this year.

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