Konami Reveals Brasil Teams For Pro Evolution Soccer 2015

Soccer is the most popular sport in the world, or at least the world outside of the United States. So it comes with little surprise that Konami is doing their best to ensure a great experience for their fans the world over by providing an impressive roster of teams and players for gamers to pit against one another. In particular, today Konami has announced that they have gained the right to use 21 Brazilian soccer clubs in the the newest Pro Evolution Soccer game. A list of these teams can be found below:

Campeonato Brasileiro Série A Teams:

•    Atlético Mineiro
•    Atlético Paranaense
•    Bahia
•    Botafogo
•    Chapecoense
•    Corinthians
•    Coritiba
•    Criciúma
•    Cruzeiro
•    Figueirense
•    Flamengo
•    Fluminense
•    Goiás
•    Grêmio
•    Internacional
•    Palmeiras
•    Santos
•    São Paulo
•    Sport
•    Vitória

Campeonato Brasileiro Série B Team:
•     CR Vasco Da Gama

In addition, player names will be included for the following teams:

•     Corinthians
•     Cruzeiro
•     Palmeiras
•     Figeurense

It was also announced that more teams and players would be avalible as a downloadable update after the game is release. In addition, it was also announced that Pro Evolution Soccer 2015 will cost you 59.99 on the Xbox One and Playstation 4, or 39.99 for the PC, PS3, and Xbox 360 versions of the game.

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