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Football Manager Classic 2014 PS Vita bundle to arrive on April 17

A Football Manager Classic 2014 PS Vita bundle will be made available on April 17, Sports Interactive has confirmed.

Although the actual PS Vita Football Manager Classic 2014 release date is April 11, you will have to wait until April 17 if you want to purchase the official bundle.

“If you like the idea of playing Football Manager on the move, but don’t already have a PS Vita, then today we’re happy to announce that we have teamed with SCEE on a hardware bundle that might just be the thing for you,” said Miles Jacobsen, Sports Interactive Studio Director.

The hardware bundle will offer a black PS Vita Slim with 1GB of internal memory, a 4GB memory card and a voucher for the digital version of Football Manager Classic 2014 via the PSN Store.

If you already play Football Manager Classic, you can continue your existing career on the PS Vita and take it on the road. However, if you’re new to the game you can just start managing your chosen football team within minutes.

There is no information as yet on pricing for the Football Manager Classic 2014 bundle, but seeing as the RRP for the PS Vita Slim is £180, we reckon you’re looking at around £200 for the whole package.

Separately, Football Manager Classic 2014 for PS Vita is £25.

Of course, if you’ve got a PS4 already, there are definite benefits of purchasing a PS Vita, especially the enhanced Remote Play feature.

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