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90 Minute Fever Leaving Steam Early Access This Summer

The world of Isokron’s online football management title 90 Minute Fever will leave Steam Early Access this summer.

90 Minute Fever pays tribute to the football management games of old, placing a focus on streamlined gameplay and high replayability.

This football management sim features skill-based gameplay where long-term planning is an absolute must in its persistent online world. Matches are fully simulated in real-time, complete with a comprehensive youth and training setup and a schedule that can be played on one’s own time.

Learn more with the trailer below:

90 Minute Fever Trailer

Earlier this month, a massive update to 90 Minute Fever was released. This includes the addition of cups, the inclusion of a player search functionality, and a new training system.

All those interested can find the game on Steam here.

Source: Press Release
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