PES 2011: Where's cheapest?

Get the best deals on Konami's latest footy game

If you're looking to pick up PES 2011 on PS3 or Xbox 360 today then your best bet is to take a trip to your local Tesco, which is offering the game for £30 in store, a saving of £7.70 on its online price.

Amazon will match £30 for the PS3 version online, while the Xbox 360 edition will set you back £32.97.


ShopTo's selling both online for £32.85, Amazon and Asda for £32.97, and GAME and Gamestation for £34.99, which is £5 cheaper than the specialist retailers are offering in-store.

If you're after the PC version ShopTo has the best online deal at £17.85, while GAME and Gamestation are offering it for £24.99.

Amazon and Asda are selling the PS2 and Wii versions cheapest, for £17.91 and £24.91 respectively.

If you want the game on PSP Asda has it for £17.91, a couple of quid cheaper than ShopTo's £19.85.

We were impressed with PES and the big step forward it's taken this year. Reviews generally, however, were fairly mixed.

Konami announced the first PES 2011 download content last night.

Due for release on October 12, the free pack will bring the player roster files completely up to date, while clubs that qualified for the UEFA Champions League group stages will be added to the game's Champions League mode.