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Pro Evolution Soccer 2015 (abbreviated to PES 2015 and known officially as World Soccer: Winning Eleven 2015 in Asia) is a football simulation game developed by PES Productions and published by Konami for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox One, Xbox 360, and Microsoft Windows. It is the fourteenth edition of the Pro Evolution Soccer series. The previous edition was PES 2014.


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National Leagues[edit][]

Premier League[edit][]

Only Manchester United are licensed in this league.

Football League Championship[edit][]

Nothing in this league is licensed.

Liga BBVA[edit][]

All clubs in this league are licensed.

Liga Adelante[edit][]

All clubs in this league are licensed.

Serie A[edit][]

All clubs and managers are licensed in this league, but the league is not.

Serie B[edit][]

Nothing in this league is licensed.

Ligue 1[edit][]

All clubs in this league are licensed.

Ligue 2[edit][]

All clubs in this league are licensed.


All clubs in this league are licensed.

Primeira Liga[edit][]

Only Benfica, Porto and Sporting CP are licensed in this league.

Primera División Argentina[edit][]

All clubs in this league are licensed.


All clubs and some players in this league are licensed, but the league is not.

National Cups[edit][]

Other European Teams[edit][]

Continental Competitions[edit][]


AFC Champions League[edit][]
Other Asian clubs[edit][]


Copa Libertadores 2014[edit][]
Copa Sudamericana 2013[edit][]
Copa Sudamericana 2014[edit][]

added via free Day One DLC

Other Latin American teams[edit][]

Fictional competitions[edit][]

  • PEU League
  • PLA League
  • PAS League

National teams[edit][]





  • [43] KONAMI Stadium
  • [44] Royal London Stadium
  • [45] Estádio de Escorpião
  • [46] Estadio del Nuevo Triunfo
  • [47] Burg Stadion


The following list of songs will feature in the game.[9]

No. Title Artist(s) Length
1. "Best Day of My Life" American Authors 3:14
2. "Wake Me Up" Avicii 4:09
3. "Pompeii" Bastille 3:34
4. "Luna" Bombay Bicycle Club 3:11
5. "I Need Your Love" (featuring Ellie Goulding) Calvin Harris 3:54
6. "Miracle Mile" Cold War Kids 3:00
7. "Demons" Imagine Dragons 2:57
8. "All for Nothing" (featuring Page Hamilton) Linkin Park 3:33
9. "Shake the Cage" Morning Parade 3:07
10. "Is This How You Feel?" The Preatures 3:38
11. "Afterglow" Wilkinson 3:45

Downloadable content[edit][]

The game's first downloadable content pack was released on 9 November 2014, ahead of the official launch of PES 2015 on 13 November. The pack adds an extra 8 European Teams (Slovan Bratislava, FK Partizan, Maccabi Tel Aviv, Ludogorets Razgrad, HJK Helsinki, Qarabağ Agdam, Legia Warsaw, Sparta Praha), Copa Sudamericana 2014 tournament, summer transfers, new player faces, latest squad lineups, and a series of latest boots from Adidas, Nike and Puma.

A second downloadable content pack was released on 15 December, adding four new teams and stadia, among other updates.[10]



PES 2015 - Gameplay Trailer (PS4 Xbox One)

Pro Evolution Soccer 2015 received generally positive reviews from critics. IGN scored it a 9/10, stating "PES 2015 embraces its PS2-era roots while offering almost everything you could want from a modern football simulation." However, they criticized the presentation, saying that it still needs some work.[11] Hardcore Gamer gave the game a 4/5, saying "After a few submissive years, Konami has put forth a game that caters to soccer fans with superb flexibility for creative expression, fluid gameplay and astoundingly intelligent AI."[12]


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  10. Jump up ^ Karmali, Luke (2014-12-15). "FREE PES 2015 DLC SET TO ADD FOUR TEAMS, STADIUMS AND MORE". IGN. Retrieved 2014-12-15.
  11. Jump up ^ "Japan's Video Game Rankings, November 17-23". Anime News Network. 26 November 2014. Retrieved 26 November 2014.
  12. Jump up ^ Creegan, Dermot (2014-11-26). "Review: PES 2015". Hardcore Gamer. Retrieved 2014-11-30.