Football Manager 2019 will be available for purchase on November 2. The game has three versions: Football Manager 2019 (PC and Mac), Football Manager 2019 Touch (PC, Mac, iOS and Android), and Football Manager 2019 Mobile (iOS and Android). It also returns to the Nintendo Switch with its Touch version.
This year’s edition of the management simulator has plenty of tweaks and new features such as a training overhaul, new manager tutorials, a revamped tactics module, team talk improvements, and licences for DFL and Bundesliga.
The training overhaul makes the game’s training process more realistic. Now, there are 3 sessions a day and 10 training areas. A revamped tactics module includes new tactical styles (gegenpress, tiki-taka, catenaccio), team instructions for different phases of play, and goalkeeper distribution options. The implementation of the DFL and Bundesliga licences for the first time allows for the inclusion of real players from the German national team instead of players with fake names.
Football Manager 2019 adopts two real-sport technologies that were recently used in football matches: video assistant referees (VAR) and goal-line technology. The game’s new look and all those new features promise to make this year’s popular sports sim the most comprehensive Football Manager game ever.
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