We now have a bunch of trailers diving deep into the new features coming to Football Manager 2018, the latest shows us what we can do with the new scouting features. The latest trailers have a very Monday Night Football feel to them, and we absolutely love it.
Coming later this year to PC and mobile, Trusted Reviews has compiled all the latest news, gameplay, trailers and more for Football Manager 2018.
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What is Football Manager 2018?
Football Manager 2018 is set to build upon the detailed list of features from the previous title including improved squad management, more realistic visuals and a cleaner, faster interface. 2017’s instalment was a perfectly solid entry in the series, but we’re all for further refinements.
Football Manager 2018 release date
SEGA has confirmed that Football Manager 2018 will be coming to PC, Mac and Linux on November 10. This is also the very first year where all three versions of the game – Football Manager 2018, Football Manager Touch 2018 and Football Manager Mobile 2018 – will all launch on the same day.
Those who decide to pre-order from a SEGA approved retailer can play the game two weeks before release through a special beta version of FM 2018. Owners of Football Manager 2017 on Steam are also able to bag a 25 percent discount, which is a pretty great offer.
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Football Manager 2018 gameplay – what’s changed?
The latest trailer focuses on the innovations Sports Interactive is bringing to the scouting system. The video goes into detail into how you can invest heavily into your team’s scouting no matter how big your club or budget. Take a look below:
Considering that even professional football clubs use Football Manager’s scouting tools, this is very much worth taking note.
The previous trailer focused on some of the headline features we can expect from this year’s entry. You can watch it below:
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Some of the key improvements include a newly implemented graphics engine that improves the detail of players, stadium and user interface elements. Scouting and transfer fees have also been altered to make for a more realistic experience.
Yet another video has been released showcasing squad dynamics in Football Manager 2018:
You can check out what we thought of last year’s entry from our 9/10 review:
“FM16 was close to the complete game, and FM17 is a very definite leap forward. It’s not easy to improve on a near-perfect product but through smart and intuitive tweaks, this feels like the best iteration yet.”
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