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Football Manager 2018

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Special Offer About the GameThey say football is a game of opinions and everyone has theirs, but it’s only yours that counts around here. You make the decisions now, from who you sign and who you sell, to how you manage your budget. Will you build tactics around the players at your disposal or train them in your vision of how the game should be played? Who you pick and who you bench will affect squad harmony, and it’s up to you to manage it. Every decision comes back to you. Get it right and you’ll be the star of the show, grabbing the newspaper headlines and dominating trends on social media. They’ll write your name in footballing folklore…if you succeed, of course. With unparalleled choices both on and off the pitch, all within the immersive footballing world, it’s time to decide what kind of manager do you want to be? Try your hand in 50 of the biggest footballing countries Win the title with any one of world’s top 2500 clubs Play the transfer market with over 600,000 real players and staff Watch your football vision come to life before your very eyes Football Manager 2018 is available to pre-purchase now and fans who do so before Monday, October 9th and who have Football Manager 2017 in their Steam Library will receive a ‘Contract Extension Bonus’ discount of 25 per cent. In addition, you’ll also enjoy access to a fully-playable Beta version of the game at least two weeks prior to the November 10th official release date, allowing you to start pre-season early. Single player careers started in this Beta version will also continue into the full game. All purchases of Football Manager 2018 also include a free copy of Football Manager Touch 2018 for PC/Mac and Linux.
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Nov 10, 2017
Sports Interactive
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Not rated

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows Vista (SP2), 7 (SP1), 8/8.1, 10 (1703/Creators Update) - 64-bit or 32-bit
  • Processor: Intel Pentium 4, Intel Core or AMD Athlon – 2.2 GHz +
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Intel GMA X4500, NVIDIA GeForce 9600M GT or AMD/ATI Mobility Radeon HD 3650 – 256MB VRAM
  • DirectX: Version 9.0c
  • Storage: 7 GB available space
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Football Manager 2018 reviews and comments

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The review is going to be simple it's the same game as FM 17 with just a few cool additions (the tactical screen improved with notably a zone system, the group cohesion system as well as more realistic prices on transfers), the flaws are the same, this bonus year the guards are more rinsed than ever and are unable to stop hitting the ground which gives scores worthy of a tennis set even when playing with defensive formats. Added to CA a number of monstrous bugs and players who do not follow the instructions. And the devs/editors (I don't know who pulled this out), we come out that the game is not far from perfection and add a lot of useless stuff (social networks which we saw all messages after 3 days for the previous year , gay players and the Medical Center this year) while the game engine has stalled for years, prepare to have the strikerless formations walking the Thunder like last year saw how bad the scorers are. I'm not going to talk about the beta not even playable this year (they tend to confuse alpha and beta, but there it was more of a draft than anything else). Finally I can copy and paste my review of the 17, I am a good pigeon, every year I tell myself that I will not buy the sequel to throw me on Finally, and fm18 had me particularly hyped because I felt that efforts had been made. As usual if you have an earlier version go your way and if you do not possess any, the game is already well but is parasited by the abyssal laziness of the team behind. Edit: after playing it enough to judge the game in depth do not buy this game, it is even worse than I thought, if you have never played a license game buy the 2017 that was not infame. Never seen an Edition so scripted/bugged. We take at least 1 goal on kick stopped per game (sometimes it's a gag I took 4/5) even by working the defensive kicks and putting more people behind. The goal counter is crappy, 3 goals against his side of an opposing player while he is not even in action. The ups and downs feel even more than under the old versions. Players are unhappy for nothing, play with a team or there are many loyal players is impossible (when the professionals stay more than 5 years at the club they will, so impossible to play with guingamp, Bilbao...) knowing that when a leader grumps you will forced to have a disgusting morale in the locker room. I even have a player who asked to leave the Club to have a new challenge literally 1 month after signing a new contract........ I never thought I'd do something like that but I no longer touch the 2018, I go back to the 2017, and the developers are well you.... (no ban)
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