Football Manager 2020 is Free on the Epic Games Store Until Tomorrow, September 24 at 11:00 AM

This is just a reminder, for those of you that haven’t downloaded it yet. Football Manager 2020 is free on the Epic Games Store until tomorrow, September 24 at 11:00 AM.

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In just the first 3 days of release, on the list of free games available at the Epic Games Store, the team raked in 1 million new players to the scene.

FM20 on the Epic Games Store, as well as future editions of Football Manager include cross network play with Steam, allowing players to go head-to-head with their mates no matter which of the two platforms they’re playing on, utilizing the Epic Online Services platform to make this a possibility.

Fans that are already well into their FM20 career and want to try out FM on the Epic Games Store, can bring their saved game across to Epic and continue their progress. Simply click ‘Load Game’ on the start screen and your existing saves will be there ready to pick up where you left them.

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