Coinciding with the game's release this Friday (September 21), the free download will add licensed stadiums of three newly-promoted Spanish clubs and updated kits for 37 clubs including Marseille, FC Porto, Besiktas, Corinthians and Ajax.
Another DLC pack will follow in October, adding new stadiums, summer transfers, UEFA elements and online element updates.
Meanwhile, the first title update will also be released next month, making changes to the game's online interface.
A widget system will allow players to gather friends together for matches, a ranking system will be introduced, and Community modes will be added, where friends are automatically placed in a list, allowing you to track and follow their progress.
Elsewhere, users can concede a match at half-time, and a new Rival Ranking system will ensure better matchmaking based on player skill in Master League Online.
Finally, the update will also open up the 'myPES' Facebook app, showing unlocked Achievements on the social networking site.
Available on Xbox 360, PS3 and PC, PES 2013 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.
This year's instalment makes a number of changes, including FullControl for improved control options over every pass, shot and first touch.
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Watch a Brazilian teams trailer for PES 2013 below: