Interactive sports and SEGA can reveal two other main characteristics for Football Manager 2022, debuts on November 9e on Steam, Epic Games Store, and Microsoft Store. FM22 will also be available on day one with Xbox Game Pass.
Interactive sports took inspiration from leading figures in the football industry to model an enhanced transfer deadline day experience that better reflects the drama, excitement and suspense of the transfer window climax. Collaboration with backroom staff has also been improved with the new weekly staff meeting that replicates how real managers interact with their coaches and key support staff.
There is a thorough review of the two additions to FM22 in the second episode of ‘In the Studio’ hosted by James Allcott. James is joined by members of the Sports Interactive team as well as football transfer expert Fabrizio Romano and former Sheffield United manager Chris Wilder to discuss how Football Manager is blurring the lines between the game and reality.
A series of blogs exploring both the characteristics of the titles and other key areas of the game can be found. here. Further features will be posted on social channels Football Manager (including Twitter, Instagram and Facebook) and Studio Director Sports Interactive, Miles Jacobson’s own channels (including Twitter and Instagram).
Fans who pre-purchase Football Manager 2022 (for PC and Mac) from a SEGA-approved digital reseller * until launch will receive a 10% discount. They will also have the chance to start their managerial career earlier than expected with Early Access to FM22. Early Access will be available approximately two weeks before the official release date, and solo careers started during this time may carry over to the final game.
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