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“Goal…Goal..Goalllllll”. The epic chant that has defined Brazilian football for the better part of the decade will now be a part of PES 2015. Konami at the start of the Brasil Game Show, announced that the renowned Brazilian soccer announcers Silvio Luiz and Mauro Beting will be calling the action in their native Portuguese when PES 2015 comes out this November.

Debuting a new trailer for their game at Brasil Game Show in São Paolo, Konami announced that the Brazilian commentators will be available as an alternate to English commentary in the game. They also announces a complete suite of Brazilian club football, featuring the top 21 Brazilian club teams.

Check out the trailer below:


Brasil Game Show is the biggest Gaming convention taking place in Latin America. Held this year in São Paolo from 9th October-12th October, its estimated to host around 125,000 attendes this year. Konami had set up their booth at Booth #PO1 and came out all guns blazing this year.

“PES captures the realism of soccer like no other video game on the market, and we continue to do this through signature elements like the legendary Brazilian commentary team for Portuguese PES players throughout the world,” said Tomohiro Uesugi, President of Konami Digital Entertainment, Inc. “With our latest trailer, we’re giving Brazilian console game players, and those throughout the rest of the world, another reason to celebrate the incredible experience.”

Pro Evolution Soccer 2015 includes notable soccer announcers from throughout the world based on the chosen language of PES players. Konami will announce broadcast voice talent for other regions prior to the game’s November release.

I find this a very good option. The always English commentary by the same 2 commentator can get repetitive quick in FIFA games. Change of voices, even when they are saying the same thing would be nice touch. After all not the same commentators cover each and every game.

PES 2015 will release on 13th November, 2014 for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox One, Xbox 360 and PC. The game will be priced at Rs 3499 for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, Rs 2499 for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, and Rs 999 for PC.

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