Football Manager Coming To Nintendo Switch Very Soon

Posted: Apr 11 2018, 12:09pm CDT | by , in Technology News

 

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Football Manager Coming to Nintendo Switch Very Soon
  • Nintendo Switch Next to Get the Sega Football Manager Game

Football Manager is heading to Nintendo Switch after South Korea release

Endgadget confirmed for all fans that Football Manager is heading to Nintendo Switch. A simulator game in which the players get to handle their own professional soccer team.

Sega personnel confirmed that the game will be bringing the game to the console with the help of their patent company, Sports Interactive.

Nintendo Switch in South Korea has already gotten the rated version of Football Manager. Miles Jacobson, the person responsible for the game hinted at the game coming to Nintendo Switch on a larger scale.

In his tweet, he wrote; “When the seagulls follow leaky Korean trawlers, it's because they think sardines will be thrown into the sea. We're not ready to talk about this, but we will be soon. Keep an eye on @footballmanager for Switch flavoured sardines.” (All the sardines reference are from a statement footballer Eric Cantona made in a recent lawsuit.)

Football Manager 2018 comes in three versions including the main game, Touch and Mobile. it has been a success in South Korea where it has come out on PC, Mac, Linux and mobile platforms.

The rated version of Football Manager 2018 is a condensed version. It will skip over the pre-match hype and offer more control.

There is still no confirmation about what version will be coming to Nintendo Switch. There is however the news that the game will be coming to Nintendo Switch worldwide.

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