Miles Jacobson has narrated a video which shows off the game engine which powers Football Manager 2014. The new version features over 1000 improvements and enhancements, which is impressive as FM2013 had over 800 on the version before that!
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Today sees the release of Football Manager 2012 on Steam and other usual retailers like amazon.co.uk and Play.com, but as a little addition to announcing the release of the latest version that boasts over 800 new features, SI and SEGA thought they would like you to also know that you can watch matches in 3D.
As an incentive to pre-order the latest and greatest Football Manager game on Steam, Sports Interactive and SEGA have announced good news for those of you that are also Team Fortress 2 gamers, some football boots, a scarf and vuvuzela sounds to use in TF2.
Sports Interactive & SEGA unveiled the latest version of their successful football management simulation series, Football Manager 2012. Planned to be in stores before Christmas, Football Manager 2012 will once again allow you to take charge of your favourite football team and put your managerial skills to the test. The award-winning Football Manager series has now sold in excess of 7 million copies worldwide and has topped the UK and many European PC charts for the last seven years, with over 108 weeks at no.1 in the UK to date.
Sports Interactive will be launching Football Manager 2011 in time for Christmas this year and they’re claiming that it will be the most polished Football Manager to date. “At Sports Interactive, we always strive to give the end-user the best experience possible,” said Miles Jacobson, Studio Director at Sports Interactive. “The training system for example has always been the best we thought it could be, until now. We’ve found a way to make it even better!”