release date, announcement and arrival from the launch on Xbox Game Pass – Nerd4.life

release date, announcement and arrival from the launch on Xbox Game Pass – Nerd4.life
release date, announcement and arrival from the launch on Xbox Game Pass – Nerd4.life

SEGA and Sports Interactive announced Football Manager 2022, revealing the release date, on November 9, 2021, and availability since launch on Xbox Game Pass. Yes, you can find it on Microsoft’s subscription service from day one. Football Manager 2022 will also have a special edition, called Football Manager 2022 Xbox Edition, which will also be playable via Xbox Cloud Gaming on consoles and will fully support the Xbox controller.

Besides the Xbox Edition It will take advantage of Xbox Play Anywhere technology and allow you to transfer progress from Xbox, or other Xbox Cloud Gaming compatibility devices, to Windows 10 easily and painlessly.

However, the game will also be available for purchase on Steam and on the Epic Games Store for € 54.99 (€ 49.49 launch price).

We read others details taken from the press release with the announcement:

Football Manager 2022

New features and updates
The new features and licensing updates for FM22 on PC / Mac will be unveiled from the end of September on our social channels. Join the FMFC team to get preview details on member-only features and exclusives directly to your inbox.

Starting from early October we will also unveil this year’s updates and many new features for all platforms on our website and on our social channels, so keep following us to stay updated.

Access FM22 in advance
Those who pre-order FM22 (on Steam / Epic / Windows) prior to launch at a participating digital retailer * will receive a 10% discount and early access to the game, usually available two weeks before the official release date.

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