Posted on September 13, 2013 AT 11:05am
Football Manager 2014 is hitting Windows PC, Mac OS X, Ubuntu, Linux, iOS, and PlayStation Vita with cross-save support October 31, developer Sports Interactive announced today.
Also, to be clear, this instance of “football” refers to what Americans calls “soccer,” but what the rest of the world recognizes as football. So kicking round, black-and-white balls not tossin’ the pigskin.
The 2014 edition marks the franchise’s first appearance on Linux, and introduces a few new and improved features, such as zoom in/zoom out, an improved YouTube export feature, and cloud saving. Check out the video embedded below for on Football Manager 2014‘s tech advances.
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