Konami has also warned fans that due to licensing issues, some players in the demo may not be in the final version of the game and these changes will likely take place following a "Live update" due to be released on the same week as the games retail release.During the demo, players will also have the option to play within two stadiums, including: FC Barcelona's iconic Camp Nou and the fictional Neu Sonne Arena.
In addition to the news about the games demo, Konami sneakily announced another pair of exclusive deals with two of the German Bundesliga's biggest clubs.
The two teams joining the game will be Bayer Leverkusen FC and FC Schalke 04.
Football fans will have the option to play with up to nine teams, although interestingly, Borussia Dortmund and Liverpool, two teams who recently signed exclusive deals with the game, will not be playable.
Instead, you'll have to pick between: According to Eurogamer, these nine teams are based "primarily on May 2016 data" so the chance of seeing any new signings (assuming there are any) wont happen.
The pass that is made on the best situation and timing will generate a perfect trajectory, creating a great satisfaction when a killer pass is made.
The PES 2017 demo will be available to play next week on Wednesday 24th August 2016 in Europe on Play Station 4, PS3, Xbox One and Xbox 360.
At the moment Konami has shared no plans to make the demo available on PC.
Precise Pass: Combining Real Touch and real ball physics, passing is an art form in PES 2017.
Many factors determine the speed and accuracy of the ball.
Earlier this month Konami announced several new features which will overhaul the games core gameplay mechanics.
This includes: Real Touch: See how different players control the ball in unique and different ways based on where and how you control them, dictating the flow of the game based on how they react to the unpredictable movement of the ball.