PTE Patch 3.0 Updates
The PTE Patch 3.0 is released now on the as the third AIO full patch for the PES 2019 game. This PTE Patch 3.0 comes with new third Kits for some clubs, new faces and other features. As PES Fans know that the PES 2019 game lacks many licences, PTE patches come to fix these Licences and add many cool features.
The PTE Patch 3.0 is released now on the 23/10/2018 as the third AIO full patch for the PES 2019 game. This PTE Patch 3.0 comes with new third Kits for some clubs, new faces and other features. As PES Fans know that the PES 2019 game lacks many licences, PTE patches come to fix these Licences and add many cool features. So special thanks for PTE Patch team for this first amazing work and update for PES 2019. Read below the full updates included in the PTE Patch version 3.0:
► PTE Patch v 3.0 features
- New kits for: Chelsea, Man City, Spurs, West Ham, Leeds, Reading, At. Madrid, Real Madrid & Bayern.
- A New team created, the “LEGENDS FC”. A new classic team with all MyClub classic players available to play.
- New faces added including, Robben, Ribery, Sancho, Weigl & Kalou.
- Added a new bootPack (Total of 66 boots in the PES 2019 game).
- New Minifaces added for formations and lineups.
- Latest Live Update implemented in this Patch.
- Compatible with the latest KONAMI Patch (126.96.36.199) & Data Pack 2.0
Download PTE Patch 3.0
You need to choose first between Zippyshare (3 links) or Mega link (2 Links). Mega links are usually for people who don’t have Internet Download Manager (IDM), and Zippyshare links are for people who have IDM. To download IDM check the download link below (30 days trial).
You need to open the link and wait 5 seconds (you will see the timing in top right corner of the browser), and then you click on “Skip Ad”. you keep doing the same every time until you reach the Download links.
► PTE Patch 3.0 Download Links:
▷ 1 Mega Part 1 Link
▷ 2 Mega Part 2 Link
▷ 1 Zippyshare Part 1 Link
▷ 2 Zippyshare Part 2 Link
▷ 3 Zippyshare Part 3 Link
►►► Tutorial of PES 2019 Online Patch (OF) V1 (by PESvivioBR): https://youtu.be/YsJIJFwgxxw Swap magic 3.8 dvd download.
If you can’t access Adfly or Mega links, then read my article here to fix it: How to Unblock and Fix Adfly and Mega.
Install PTE Patch 3.0
To install the PTE Patch 3.0, please follow my YouTube Tutorial below very carefully to avoid errors. If you face any error please try installing again the PTE Patch 3.0 following my video steps and carefully read the texts written in the video below:
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Konami, PTE Team, Hwake (balls, referee kits), Zlac (Kit Studio), PES Logos (Logos), Sho9_6 (tattoo’s), shawminator (CGP), majuh (adboards), predator002 (UCL/UEL Menu songs), maritimo,ïl Depo, PES World (kits, Bundesliga), juce (sider), Paul81118 (Boots), Volun (faces), kelvinchan327 (faces), Prince Hamiz (faces), rkh257.
►► bmS YT Channel, who tested this Patch on Craked version and confirmed it’s working fine: https://www.youtube.com/user/8l4s
This is the PTE Patch Blog link: http://ptepatch.blogspot.pt/ – Frequently Asked Questions – F.A.Q. – About PTE Patch.
A PES 2019 option file - or PES 2019 patch - is for some the thing that helps them fully Pro Evolution Soccer by ushering official licences, even if all of the best players in PES 2019 are officially included.
Whilst playing as Man Red instead of Manchester United or MD White instead of Real Madrid doesn't literally impact the action itself, there is an argument to made that the lack of real names inhibits the overall spectacle.
Fortunately - for PlayStation 4 and PC players, at least - there's a remarkably easy way of switching those default names to the real one.
Downloading fan-made patches to a USB stick and then onto your PS4 (or copying them across to game files directly on your PC) can replace every single unofficial team, stadium, kit, competition and/or badge in the game, meaning you're able to make what is a decent footballing experience on the pitch also one of the most visually realistic.
How to import PES 2019 option files on PS4
PS4 players can now add massively detailed option files to PES 2019, with a new feature which makes it possible not only to import the files, but to do so across multiple separate profiles with a single folder on a USB drive.
To do so on PS4 specifically, simply follow the instructions below (a quick word of warning: obviously, whatever you download from internet forums is done so at your own risk, so bear that in mind before you do too much digging around!):
- Format a USB drive to FAT32
- Create a folder on the USB called WEPES
- Find yourself the desired option files with a spot of internet sleuthing - a popular choice is the one from PES World, altough that doesn't seem to be live just yet - the only one we can find so far is the one from pes-patch here.
- If they come in the form of a zipped folder, unzip that folder into your WEPES folder on the USB. If not, simply make sure all contents of the download are in the WEPES folder.
- Plug the USB drive into your PS4 and open up PES 2019.
- Head to the Edit menu, then Data Management, then Import/Export.
- Then, select Import Team, tick all of the boxes on the following 'Select File' page and continue. Next is the 'Detailed Settings', leave all boxes unticked here.
- The files will then automatically be added, the time depending on how many teams/leagues you have decided to add.
- Be sure to select the 'Save' option on the 'Data Management' page which pops up at the end of the process, and you're all set for most of the details.
- The tournament logos still need to be added manually, however, so head back to 'Data Management', then 'Import/Export', and select 'Import Images'.
- Next, select the 'Competition Emblems' option in the 'Import Images' screen.
- Tick all of the individual images (not the folders), and press OK.
- Finally, you need to edit each competition manually with their newly imported logos, by burrowing down through the 'Competition Category' pages which will follow the logo import.
With those steps followed, you now have a complete set of teams with official names, logos, tournaments, kits and badges, just as if you were playing a fully licensed version of the game.
How to download and install PES 2019 option files on PC
Things are a little more nebulous for PC players of PES 2019, with the installation process of the fan-made patch requiring a different, albeit still simple, method to the USB trick on PS4. PC patches can also be a littler harder to come by soon after release, but they are out there.
One option is this patch from pes-patch.com, although it's still untested on PC at the time of writing - keep an eye on pes-patch and PES World for more soon if it doesn't work just yet.
Another site, PTE patch, should have some soon too. To install them, follow the simple steps below:
- Head to one of the links above and download the patch.
- Follow the instructions or prompts provided once downloaded.
- When the installer asks for a folder to export to on your PC, select your PC install file. For Steam players, for example, this would normally be C:SteamSteamAppsCommonPro Evolution Soccer 2019 (note that the drive letter 'C' will of course vary according to which drive you install your games to).
- Test whether the installation has worked by heading to the Edit menu in-game, as you would to install on PS4 or edit teams manually, then heading to the Teams menu and checking the team names, logos and kits from there.
That should do it for PC players, but do note that other, more comprehensive patches are likely to surface for PC as time goes by. Make sure to keep an eye out on community sites like PesWorld and Pes-Patch over the coming few weeks.
How to get real club names, competitions and kits in PES 2019 on Xbox One
Sadly for Xbox One owners there is no ability to transfer and install an option file at present. Rather than being able to simply import externally created files from a USB drive, Xbox One players will instead need to manually edit the teams, kits, and competitions in-game.
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Fortunately, PES 2019 does include a comprehensive editor built into the game, as it did last year. Head to the Edit option again, and there you'll find the options to manually change things like team names - we've compiled a list of real team names to save you some time - along with competition names, kit colours (although not sponsors and logos), and more.
Additional reporting by Chris Tapsell.