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The Australian Classification Board outs PES 2016 Free-to-Play

The Australian Classification Board has recently classified Pro Evolution Soccer 2016 Free-to-Play as G for General.

The ruling on the game, outed by the same classification, was published on 19 November.

Neither publisher Konami or local distributor Mindscape Asia Pacific have said anything about the title. We’ll keep you informed as we learn more.

We reviewed PES 2016 here.

Update: A representative from Mindscape has acknowledged the existence of Pro Evoluton Soccer 2016 Free-to-Play. The rep added that further details of the title will be available this Thursday evening. Stay tuned for more.



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