Konami has recently sent out the word that the source of the Xbox 360 issues has been found and “anticipates it will be able to release a new patch that will resolve these issues shortly.”
A new problem has arisen, however, in that the team is “also working to resolve secondary problems users have experienced,” namely the need to install the necessary datapack on a hard-drive, and will be allowing players with USB storage units to download and install future packs.
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It seems as though some Xbox 360 players of Konami’s latest football/soccer title, PES 2014, are still experiencing issues download an important patch to allow them to enjoy online play.
PES 2014 players were first asked to download a day one title update on Xbox 360, before a second patch was released to get all players synced up with the same game data, but some players are reporting problems downloading that second patch with a ‘Download File is Broken’ error message.
In a statement on the official forums, Konami has assured Xbox 360 players that the team is currently working on the problem with Microsoft, writing:
“Konami is continuing to investigate the issue currently preventing some Xbox360 users from playing PES 2014 online and would like to update users on progress. The PES Team has identified key issues and is currently preparing a solution, with the support of Microsoft.”
Konami will let everyone know when the fix has been released, which means we’ll also spread the word as soon as it has become available.
Have you been having problems playing PES 2014 online?
Read El33tonline’s PES 2014 review to see what we thought of this year’s iteration of the long-running franchise.