Football Manager 2019 Features Detailed

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SEGA Europe and Sports Interactive have outlined the bevvy of features that will make their way to Football Manager 2019.

Training has undergone a major overhaul. For one, the training module will now include new sessions, options, and programs to help managers get the best out of both senior players and young stars alike. To truly nail the feel, the development team has worked closely with real-world coaches and clubs to make sure that new methods are truly representative of what happens during training pitches worldwide.

In full match mode, managers will now have much more control over the way their team plays with the revamped tactics module.. New preset tactical style options are now available, which gives players the ability to select from the most popular systems or develop their own one-of-a-kind tactics. Managers will also be able to take advantage of a wider range of team instructions on offer. Finally, different instructions will be available depending on whether your team’s phase (attack, defense, or transitional play).

Those less experienced with the series will be able to take advantage of the “manager induction” system, which acts as a tutorial system that won’t require players to leave their save game.

According to Miles Jacobson, Director of Football Manager:

“We’ve been through a major shift as a studio over the last year; moving office, improving our working practices as a team and spending a huge amount of time looking ‘under the hood’ of Football Manager. The result of all this work can be seen throughout Football Manager 2019 – it has a clean new look, and lots of freshness under the hood too, not only with the new features, but also lots of other changes that make it an even more compelling experience to play. We’re all very proud of what we’ve achieved with FM19 and are very much looking forward to hearing what our fans have to say when they get their hands on it.”

The game will come out for the PC and Mac on November 2.

Source: Press Release
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