More information due in late September with a pre-launch beta set for October.
Sports Interactive has announced a release date for Football Manager 2019, the next chapter in the perennial sports management series. It’s out on November 2nd for PC players and will feature “new and improved features” along with the German DFL Bundesliga license in a series first. Check out the announcement trailer, which promises more realism than before.
Among some of the things that fans can look forward to is the overhauled engine, complete with the Dynamics System, and a reworked Medical Centre. That’s not including the 26 licensed league competitions, individual club licenses, over 500,000 players and staff to scout, 50 of the “biggest” footballing countries and much more.
The current website states more information will be revealed in late September, but in the meantime, you can pre-order the game for a 10 percent discount. There will also be a beta prior to launch, accessible to those pre-ordering via approved retailers. It will be available on October 19th. Head on over to Steam to learn more.