PES 2011 vs FIFA 11… Now the demos can help you choose your side

FIFA v PES FOOTBALLThe FIFA 11 and Pro Evolution Soccer 2011 demos have both gone live within hours of each other,  re-sparking the yearly rivalry between their respective developers, EA and Konami. Both the FIFA 11 & PES 2011 demos are now available on the PlayStation Network, Xbox Live and as PC downloads.

PC gamers’ can download the PES 2011 demo from the Konami PES 2011 website, with the FIFA 11 demo being available from the EA Sports FIFA 11 website.

EA’s FIFA 11 demo allows you to play as Chelsea, Barcelona, Real Madrid, Juventus, or Olympique Lyonnais in an exhibition match with 3 minute halves at Real Madrid’s home stadium, Estadio Santiago Bernabeu.

You can also unlock the option to play as Arsenal, and use their Emirates Stadium in the FIFA 11 demo, if you unlock achievements the EA Sports FIFA Superstars Facebook game. You can also create in-game videos and upload them to EA Sports Football World.

Meanwhile, Komani’s PES 2011 demo gives you the opportunity to play in a single offline match as Barcelona, Bayern Munich, Mexican club Chivas Guadalajara or Brazilian side Internacional. The PES 2011 demo also includes a video about the full game.

FIFA 11 is set for release on October 1st, while Pro Evolution Soccer 2011 will follow just one week after on October 8th.

So Train2Game, have you got your hands on either one of – or perhaps both of – the demos? If so what do you think? Are you a FIFA or a PES person? And do you think you could be persuaded to the other side?

You can leave your thoughts on EA’s FIFA 11 or Konami’s PES 2011, here on the Train2Game blog, or on the Train2Game forum.

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