Published: Fri, April 13, 2018
Research | By Raquel Erickson

Football Manager Touch 2018 gets a surprise launch on Switch

Football Manager Touch 2018 gets a surprise launch on Switch

The development support for ARMS is certainly encouraging for its players, and it seems to be a staple for Nintendo Switch games so far. You can also dip into a dedicated single-player experience, which includes the first instance of the 3D Match Engine running on a console. For the rest of you, including those who have yet to experience the gaming crack (seriously, it's been cited in divorce cases) that is Football Manager, then you're in for a helluva time.

The Football Manager Nintendo Switch release is effectively a port of the tablet version of the game, designed for iPads and various Android slabs.

Football Manager Touch 2018 has been announced and released for Switch.

In a recent sales data release from Famitsu, it has been reported that the Nintendo Switch sales in Japan have reached just over 4 million, marking a very significant milestone for the handheld console. Features such as Dynamics and more heavy-set data analysis are left by the wayside in favour of a game that will allow you to speed through seasons more quickly than ever before.

Many Ways to Play: Start your managerial career at one of the world's top teams, create your own club or tackle one of several management scenarios in Challenge Mode.

Play the transfer market like never before with a realistic and immersive approach to scouting.

Football Manager Touch 2018 for Nintendo Switch™ is published by SEGA and is available as a digital download from the Nintendo Switch eShop.

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