Sports Interactive has announced that this year's iteration of Football Manager, better known as Football Manager 2020, will be coming to Steam and mobile devices on 19th November.

According to the developer, three versions of the game will be launching on the same day; the full-fat Football Manager 2020 will be available on Steam, while Football Manager 2020 Touch (described as a more streamlined version, "only focusing on the core responsibilities that a manager would have") launches on Steam, iOS and Android. Lastly, Football Manager 2020 Mobile will release on iOS and Android only.

Sports Interactive also notes that Football Manager launch dates for Switch (which will be getting the Touch version of the game) and Stadia are "coming soon".

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Football Manager 2019 Touch - (Alice O'Connor)

Sports Interactive today announced their next annual Football Manager sequel, though they don’t have much to say about it. What they do say is that as well as Windows and Mac, this year’s kickabout management sim will launch on Stadia, Google’s cloud gaming platform. SI make the unusual claim that all those processors Google have hanging from balloons in their clouds will actually make FM2020 quicker on Stadia than other platforms. Huh. But imagine having the cash to run thousands of kettles generating clouds yet not the cash to rehire Manager Man as the official chin, torso, and clenched fist of the box art. Shameful.



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