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Football Manager Touch 2018 Is Suddenly Out Now on Nintendo Switch

Friday, April 13th, 2018

After some not-so-subtle teasing from developers and a Korean Ratings Board listing, Football Manager Touch 2018 has been confirmed for Nintendo Switch – and it’s out today!

The game is now available on the Nintendo eShop, for £29.99. Football Manager Touch is the version of the game for smart devices, but with the Nintendo Switch version you get the option of docking into the Switch to watch the action play out on the big screen.

It’s great to see SEGA supporting the Switch with a variety of genres – and especially with a series as large as Football Manager.

[ Source: Nintendo eShop ]

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Video Spotlight: New Football Manager 2018 Details Revealed in Headline News Video

Friday, September 29th, 2017

A new headline news video has been released that details the new features in Football Manager 2018 but in a faux-sports news fashion. It’s a cute little video that you can watch below.

The new features appearing in this year’s Football Manager are:

– new visuals in the match engine
– changes to the scouting system
– improvements to the stadium designs and match presentation
– greater depth to the sports science and tactics

Football Manager 2018 will be released on the 10th of November 2017 on PC.

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Football Manager 2014 is Being Release on Linux

Wednesday, August 14th, 2013

For the first time in the series’ history, the new Football Manager title will be released on the Linux operating system. This version joins a Windows and Mac released which are all expected before the end of the year.

Also confirmed for the series is the ability to use cloud saving so you can access your save game wherever you are.

[Source: Eurogamer]

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SEGA Considering Bringing PC Franchises to Next Gen Consoles

Friday, June 21st, 2013

Jurgen Post, head of SEGA West has revealed in an MCV interview that SEGA might consider releasing games that belong to their PC franchises for next generation consoles.

“If next gen consoles become as successful as people say, we can look to move some of our big properties on PC over to those machines.”

No games were specified by SEGA’s PC franchises currently include Company of Heroes 2, Total War, Football Manager and unannounced Warhammer titles.

[Source: SPOnG]

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