Football Manager 2012 Sequel Coming Out Before Christmas

By Michael Jamias
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Football Manager 2013 represents a “seismic shift” from last year’s best-selling Football Manager 2012, claims developer Sports Interactive and publisher SEGA.

Football Manager 2013 improves on Football Manager 2012 in many ways, including the introduction of an all-new Classic Mode which is “an alternative, less time-consuming way for players to approach the game.”

Club management will be simplified under Classic Mode, also known as FMC, and will be the best choice for sports MMO fans with not a lot of spare playtime.

 “In recent years it’s become clear that there’s a large group of people who would like to play Football Manager, but simply can’t devote the time required to get the most out of the game – in fact, now that they have families and other commitments, even some members of the SI team have found themselves in this position. We decided, therefore, to try to find a way to accommodate players with limited free time, without significantly diluting the experience. We believe that FMC achieves this beautifully,” explained Sports Interactive’s Studio Director Miles Jacobson.

But fans of Football Manager 2012 do not have to worry. Football Manager 2013 will continue to offer the deeper and more intense full season mode.

The football rpg simulation game is just offering more flexible play options to suit each person’s availability. Additional features coming to FM13 include an improved 3D match engine, new staff roles and improved media interaction, There will also be a spanking new multiplayer mode complete with sophisticated leaderboards like those used in truly competitive rpg games online.


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