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Sega has announced that its next entry in the Football Manager series will arrive on November 2nd, 2018.

The upcoming entry is described as being “more comprehensive in its realism than ever before” and features redesigned logos, lots of new and improved features, and the introduction of the DFL Bundesliga license for the first time.

Football Manager 2019 will be saying goodbye to the iconic ‘Manager Man’ who has featured on the cover of every Football Manager game since FM 2005, to be replaced by a manager’s eye view of the pitch as the gaffer and players head down the tunnel ahead of a big match,” Sega adds.

As usual, players who pre-purchase the game through a Sega-approved retailer will gain access to a beta version of the game, which will be made available roughly two weeks before launch. Careers started during the beta can be carried over to the full game.

Alongside the release date, Sega has shared a new trailer for the game which can be seen below:

The first official details about the new features in this year’s entry will be revealed in late September, according to the publisher.

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Football Manager 2019 gets a release date and new trailer

Get ready to head back into the dugout in Football Manager 2019.

By Matthew Bennett | 08/6/2018 06:18 AM PT

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Sega has announced that its next entry in the Football Manager series will arrive on November 2nd, 2018.

The upcoming entry is described as being “more comprehensive in its realism than ever before” and features redesigned logos, lots of new and improved features, and the introduction of the DFL Bundesliga license for the first time.

Football Manager 2019 will be saying goodbye to the iconic ‘Manager Man’ who has featured on the cover of every Football Manager game since FM 2005, to be replaced by a manager’s eye view of the pitch as the gaffer and players head down the tunnel ahead of a big match,” Sega adds.

As usual, players who pre-purchase the game through a Sega-approved retailer will gain access to a beta version of the game, which will be made available roughly two weeks before launch. Careers started during the beta can be carried over to the full game.

Alongside the release date, Sega has shared a new trailer for the game which can be seen below:

The first official details about the new features in this year’s entry will be revealed in late September, according to the publisher.

Read More


About Matthew Bennett

view all posts

Matt is one of the longest-serving members of the EGMNOW team. An ability to go many hours without sleep and a quick wit make him ideal for his role as associate editor at EGMNOW.com. He often thinks back to the days when the very idea of this career seemed like nothing but an impossible dream. Find him on Twitter @mattyjb89