What you need to know
- Football Manager 2020 is the next game in the football management series from Sega.
- The pre-release beta for the game is out right now.
- Anyone who has preordered the game can try out the pre-release beta.
- Football Manager 2020 is set to release on November 15 for Steam.
Developed by Sports Interactive and published by Sega, Football Manager 2020 is the latest in a long-running series of football club management games. This new entry is almost here and fans who have preordered the game are getting early access of sorts. In a press release today, Sega announced that anyone who has preordered the game can try out the pre-release beta.
If you haven't preordered yet, this beta isn't completely locked off. Preordering the game between now and release will grant access to the pre-release beta. Football Manager 2020 is introducing new features to the series, with a focus on player development through the Development Centre and Playing Time Pathway, as well as giving your club a unique theme through Club Vision.
For an idea of the different decisions you'll have to make as a club manager, you can check out this interactive video here. Football Manager 2020 is set to release on November 15 and will be available on PC and Mac. You can preorder the game on Steam right now.
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