Football Manager 2019 Trailer - Welcome to the Job, Release Date Set For November 2

Football Manager 2019 is scheduled to release on November 2 for PC and Mac. Football Manager 2019 Mobile and Touch will also be available on the same day.

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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. With redesigned logos, loads of new and improved features, and the implementation of the DFL Bundesliga license for the first time, Football Manager 2019 is set to be even more comprehensive in its realism than ever before. Check out the trailer below.

From today, fans who pre-purchase Football Manager 2019 (for PC and Mac), from a SEGA approved digital retailer* or pre-order from a participating physical retailer will receive a 10% discount right up until launch. Furthermore, those who pre-purchase through a SEGA approved digital retailer will be able to kick-off their managerial careers early through a fully-playable Beta version, which will be available roughly two weeks prior to the official street date (single player careers started in the Beta can be carried across to the full game).

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