Football Manager 2023 is likely to come out later this year, but when exactly will the game be announced?
Fans of Sports Interactive’s wildly popular management simulation are continuing to play FM22, and the game remains a constantly updated life-stealer.
Indeed, on Steam, players continually edit databases and upload them, so new saves can be started even through the summer months.
That does nothing to dim the excitement for FM23, though, when there will be new features added into the game, as well as all the latest transfers from every league included in the game.
It’s not just the Premier League, either; the transfers will go all the way down to the Vanarama National League South in England, and beyond.
We are expecting the game to release in November of 2022, as that is when the three most recent instalments in the franchise have been released.
The beta typically precedes the full release, coming two weeks prior to the fully-fledged version of the game hitting digital storefronts.
Football Manager 2022 was announced via a trailer on YouTube on September 9th, 2021, while FM21 was announced in the same fashion on September 24th, 2020.
It is very likely that tradition will continue with FM23; while we expect the game to release in November, the announcement should come two months before.
As a result, we feel pretty confident in predicting a September announcement for Football Manager 2023, too.
Of course, we’ll keep you updated when we have any more information about the new game and when it will release.
The game will certainly release on PC but last year’s version also came out on Xbox, and was eventually put out on Game Pass too.
It is not clear if FM23 will follow suit.
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