Fully licensed Brazilian teams include Corinthians, Flamengo, São Paulo and Internacional. To celebrate the announcement, Konami has released a trailer featuring Santos forward Neymar.
Set to the song 'Ai Se Eu Te Pego' by Michel Teló, the video attempts to capture the South American style, showcasing skills, goals and celebrations from the region's top players.
"The Latin American region, particularly Brazil, continues to grow tremendously for us, so it's important we bring teams and licenses from this region," explained Konami's Latin American director Erik Bladinieres.
"Bringing in these teams from Brazil, along with the Copa Libertadores license, makes PES 2013 the most authentic soccer experience available in the market," he added.
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This year's instalment makes a number of changes, including FullControl for improved control options over every pass, shot and first touch.
Dribbling, meanwhile, has been slowed for the new game, giving players better close control of the ball, allowing them to hold it up within a 360-degree circle or nutmeg opposing players and run onto the loose ball.
The game contains a total of 150 licensed teams, including all of the teams from Italy and Spain, as well as England, Germany, Manchester United and Bayern Munich.
PES 2013 releases this autumn for the Xbox 360, PS3, PC, PS2, PSP, Nintendo 3DS and Wii. A PlayStation Vita version was recently ruled out by Konami.
A second demo will be available to download later this week.
The list of licensed Brazilian teams in full:
Screenshot gallery - PES 2013 images: