Martin O'Neill will name his squad for the Euros in exactly 98 days, although that won't overly bother the people at Konami, otherwise known as the developers of Pro Evolution Soccer 2016.
The Republic of Ireland are among nine teams who will be unlicensed in the Euro 2016 update for the game meaning that the players in the Irish squad will feature altered names in generic kits, and will be deprived of Konami's full facial design powers.
In spite of this, Konami have guaranted that players will perform in line with their playing style in real-life, meaning that users will have the opportunity to hype a Robbie Brady corner that subsequently and disappointingly fails to clear the first man.
The game has secured licenses for just 15 of the 24 teams in the tournament, with the other eight unlicensed sides being Russia, Poland, Belgium, Northern Ireland, Sweden, Austria, Hungary, Romania and Switzerland.
The add-on will be free for those who currently own PES '16. Only one stadium has been licensed: the Stade de France, which will host the final on July 10.