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PES 2017 developer Konami has upset fans by removing features from the PC version of the game.

FIFA 17 has struck another blow to its rival PES 2017 by signing a deal with Bayern Munich in Germany.

This comes just weeks after FIFA 17 developer EA Sports announced a partnership with italian champions Juventus, although PES 2017 did recently secure the services of Barcelona. (best fifa coins seller - you deserve it.)

This makes Bayern Munich an official partner of FIFA 17, which will include updated character models and facial scans of the team.

Bayern Munich's Allianz Arena has also been faithfully re-created in the upcoming FIFA game, adding to EA's tally of official grounds.

The announcement was accompanied by an epic new gameplay trailer featuring Bayern Munich. You can watch the brand new FIFA 17 gameplay and behind-the-scenes video below:

The news isn't as good for Konami and the Pro Evolution Soccer series, which has just shed some light on the PC version of the upcoming football game.

According to PES 2017 product manager Adam Bhatti, the PC version of PES 2017 will be missing some of the features found on Xbox One and PS4.

Bhatti told Twitter followers that they shouldn't "expect it at the same level as PS4/XBone".

A follow-up tweet was more hopeful, explaining that while the visuals would be vastly superior, some content would be missing.

Massive difference, framerate and resolution vastly superior on PC, aside from content," he said.

PES 2017 will be available on PS4, PS3, Xbox One, Xbox 360 and PC from September 15 in Europe and September 13 in North America.

The new game has adopted what it describes as the "Control Reality" ethos, which supposedly adds realistic new control elements.

Konami is said to be focusing on first touch, the making and receiving of passes, adaptive intelligence and more.

FIFA 17, on the other hand, will be released for PS4, PS3, Xbox One, Xbox 360 and Origin for PC on September 27.

The game is being built using the Frostbite Engine, which according to EA, makes it the best looking game in the series to date.

A "massive" game that's been years in the making, EA Sports will also introduce a brand new story mode called The Journey.

Starring up and coming footballing prospect Alex Hunter, the story mode will take players on a journey filled with emotional highs and lows.
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