Ibrox Stadium is finally set to be released in video game Pro Evolution Soccer (PES), and it looks absolutely stunning.

The stadium update is set to added to the game in February, nearly six months after the game was originally released.

This has left fans disgruntled with delays to the release of the stadium in the game. How well Pro Evolution Soccer have recreated the iconic arena might go some way to soothing their anger.

Rangers announced a new partnership with PES at the beginning of the season. With that, legions of Gers supporters went out to purchase the game.

Many might not have done this normally.

It’s not as popular a footballing simulation as the FIFA franchise but the connection to Rangers with Official player faces and Ibrox Stadium is clearly a real pull for fans.

This all means that in the next datapack, fans will be able to download the stadium and real player likenesses. It’s basically what they bought it for in the first place back in August.

The iconic stadium is finally set to be recreated come February. (Photo by Mark Runnacles/Getty Images)

At least now fans are finally being given what they paid for.

Rangers joined the likes of Barcelona, Liverpool, Monaco and city Rivals Celtic as Official PES Partners earlier in the year.

And this is the first time Ibrox is to be included in a football simulation video game since this iconic release back in 2005.

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