Konami has updated PES 2018 mobile to turn it into PES 2019 mobile.
Konami has launched a free-to-play version of PES 2019.
PES 2019 Lite is now available to download for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC via Steam.
It includes modes such as offline exhibition matches and skill training, alongside the PES League Mode, which itself includes 1v1 or co-op competitions. You can also use PES League mode to qualify for global events via the 3v3 co-op Online Championship time-limited tournaments.
Microsoft has announced more games coming to Xbox Game Pass in December.
Sales of PES 2019 were down 42 per cent on last year's installment, according to UK numbers company Chart-Track which tallies only boxed copies sold.
Still, even if a few more people bought the game as a digital download this year, it's another big plummet for Konami's football series.
Chart-Track does not publicly disclose actual sales figures, but it's fair to say the gap between PES and its long-time rival FIFA - often the best-selling game of the year in the UK - was lost long ago.
FIFA 19 recently held a closed beta which was under embargo - but that hasn't stopped images and videos leaking out.
PES 2019 has an officially-licensed Turkish league, Konami has announced. It's the first time the Turkish Süper Lig has appeared in PES.
A demo for PES 2019 comes out on 8th August on PC via Steam, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, Konami has announced.
Hot on the heels of the surprise announcement that Konami's agreement with top Bundesliga club Borussia Dortmund for PES 2019 was "prematurely terminated", the Japanese company has hit back with the announcement that it's done a deal with rival German team FC Schalke 04 for PES 2019.
Pro Evolution Soccer has already lost the Champions League - to rival football video game FIFA, it looks like - and now there's more bad news for Konami when it comes to official licences.
When Konami announced it had lost the Champions League licence for PES 2019, it moved to reassure fans that it had more officially-licensed leagues to compensate. Now, it's announced the game will have nine new fully-licensed leagues, one of which is the Scottish top flight.
Following last month's PES 2019 leak, Konami has made its upcoming football game official.
After losing the Champions League licence for this year's game, Konami said PES 2019 has more fully-licensed leagues and stadiums as well as more club-licensed partnerships, although the company has yet to announce these. PES still has the deal with Liverpool, though. Here's the squad looking dapper in PES 2019:
Barcelona and Brazil star Philippe Coutinho, who once pretended to have a poorly back while engineering a big-money transfer out of Liverpool, is the PES 2019 cover star. David Beckham is the cover star of the appropriately-named David Beckham Edition as well as the download-only Legend Edition.
PES 2019 information has leaked, (thanks, Evo-Web) - and it sounds like Konami has splashed some cash on new official licences.