Hello Ballerz! This article has been a long time coming, but:
Sports Interactive has announced the imminent release of Football Manager 21, easing concerns amidst scares during the COVID-19 pandemic. Since the announcement, SI has released details about the game’s release date, price, playable devices and new features.
In this article, I will discuss some general details concerning the highly anticipated game while in-game changes would be discussed in subsequent ones. Let’s get on.
When will Football Manager 21 be released?
FM21 and FM21 Mobile will be released on the 24th of November, while FM 21 Touch will be released on the 1st of December. In previous years, the flagship games were released earlier in November but had to be pushed delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
How much will Football Manager 21 cost?
FM21 has a starting cost of $34.99, but by pre-ordering it on a computer or laptop, you can save 10%, leading to a grand total of $31.49. Pre-ordering FM21 also comes with two other perks: you gain access to a beta version of FM21 two weeks before its official release date, and you get FM21 Touch for free (though it still comes free even if it isn’t pre-ordered).
Rounding up the FM franchise, FM21 Touch, the streamlined version of FM21, costs $19.99; however, the cost of FM21 Mobile has not been revealed yet, though I expect it to be significantly cheaper than FM21 Touch.
Which devices will Football Manager 21 be available on?
FM21 will be available on all PCs and Macs via either Epic Games or Steam. FM21 Touch will be available on PCs, Macs, tablets, Nintendo Switches and Xbox’s (It’s been a decade since the last time Football Manager could be played on an Xbox). FM21 Mobile will be available on mobile phones.
When will I write about FM21’s new features?
I don’t know either. To find out as soon as I release them, follow our Twitter account @JoelandJason here.
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