In-depth Review Football Manager 2020– Footballmagz takes a dive into the latest version of Football Manager 2020 which is available as Football Manager 2020 Touch and Football Manager 2020 Mobile (for iOS and Android) are also available to play on devices such as the Nintendo Switch, tablets and mobile phones.
Football Manager (also known as Worldwide Soccer Manager) is a series of football management simulation video games developed by Sports Interactive and published by Sega. With the release of it latest version Football manager 2020 (for PC, Mac and Stadia), Football Manager 2020 Touch (for PC, Mac, iOS and Android) and Football Manager 2020 Mobile.
The game would be one of Google Stadia’s launch titles along with the likes of Final Fantasy XV and Assassin’s Creed Odyssey.
That means it will be playable via Chromecast and a variety of devices which support Google Chrome, including computers, mobile phones, smart televisions and tablets.
How much does Football Manager 2020 cost?
The standard edition of Football Manager 2020 will cost $37.49. while FOOTBALL MANAGER 2020 TOUCH goes for $22.49 Delivery: Digital Download.
what are the new features in Football Manager 2020?
•New development centre.
With the new development centre in Football Manager 2020 you can keep a closer eye on your young talents and become better equipped to help them reach their potential.
Not only does this feature give an overview of the youth teams, you will also be able to keep track of how young players are faring while on loan – that is, who is thriving and who needs to be recalled.
As well as that, the yearly youth intake will now be previewed so you can assess the outlook and identify the players with high potential.
FM20 sees the introduction of ‘Club Vision’ which is essentially an expansion on the old boardroom, where objectives and philosophies were laid out.
Whenever you start at a new club there’s always been discussions about what you’ll achieve or how but the new ‘Club Vision’ will also include a five year plan for any side you’re joining.
Instead of seasonal targets, Clubs will discuss club culture, ongoing objectives and the five year plan in the Club Vision screen and you’ll have to make sure you hit objectives with transfers and style of play as much you have to make sure you win games.
The five year plan will be set season to season and will depend on the ambition of the club’s board, and it’s stature and will revolve around finance as well as success
One of the consistent complaints FM fans have is the graphics of the game engine, but improvements are assured in FM 20.
The game’s developers have endeavoured to make their human models – players and managers – more realistic by redesigning their appearances.That means greater detail in their body composition and clothing.
As well as the individuals, the game will also see a much more realistic match experience, with better lighting and discernible differences in weather conditions.
•Playing Time Pathway
In tandem with the development centre and other aspects of the game, the new playing time pathway feature allows managers to incorporate pathway expectations into contract negotiations.
FM 20 has tried to mirror the diversity and importance of backroom staff roles that has occurred in the real world.
As well as introducing a Head of Player Development role, your staff will be on hand to provide you with more in-depth advice on a variety of topics.