Plus, details on two other Football Manager games.
If you are one of those people who find themselves hopelessly addicted to the Football Manager games, there is some good (or bad, depending upon where you stand) news for you- this year’s spate of announcements for Football Manager will ensure that it is increasingly harder to get away from the game, ever. You’ll be playing it all the time.
First, this year’s flagship entry, Football Manager 2016, will be launching on PC and Mac on November 16; if you pre-order the game on Steam right now, you will get access to a pre-launch beta.
In addition, there is the newly rebranded Football Manager Touch (what used to be called Football Manager Classic). It will be included in Football Manager 2016, but will also be available to buy separately for high end tablets, PCs, and Mac. Finally, Football Manager Mobile, which used to be called Football Manager Handheld, will be a far more full featured experience than before, to ensure that it is as close to the full fledged PC simulation as possible. Football Manager Mobile and Touch will be releasing near Holiday.
“For some time now it’s been clear to us that there is no ‘one size fits all’ football management experience,” said Miles Jacobson, Sports Interactive studio manager. “While a huge number of our fans have the time and dedication required to devote themselves to the full simulation, there’s an equally-large number who prefer a more streamlined option. Not only that, but the widespread availability of mobile devices means that people are playing in different ways. The introduction of Football Manager Touch as a standalone offering – playable across computer and tablet – means that we now offer something for everyone.”
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