06.10.2019 - Football Manager is one of the most popular sports management titles of all time. The simulation game by Sports Interactive is available on several major platforms including, Windows, Linux, iOS, Android, and Nintendo Switch. The 2020 edition of the game is due to be released later this year.Bonusbets.com suggests that several new features and updates are in the pipeline. If you’re a Football Manager fanatic, keep on reading. We’ll give you a full rundown of what to expect. There’s plenty to get excited about. FM20 is shaping up to be the best sports management game ever.
Graphics and Gameplay
Let’s start with the basics. The graphics are rumoured to be more detailed than ever before. You can customize your manager to look exactly like you. What’s more, you’ll have the choice between several different attires. Will you opt for tracksuit bottoms and a peaked cap or the classic dapper black suit?
Furthermore, several updates have been made to the pitches. If it’s warm and dry, the surface could be slow. However, if the grass is moist, your players should be able to ping passes around like Andrea Pirlo. We’re delighted to hear about this improvement as it makes the game more realistic.
Sports Interactive has given player development a much-needed overhaul. Younger members of the squad will no longer be banging on your office door to demand more playing time. Player conversations have been improved. This allows you to relay your thoughts to your future superstars.
For instance, you may be able to tell a youth player to prove himself on loan before he breaks into the first team. The exact details haven’t been confirmed, but we’ll find out soon enough.
Additionally, you can let your players know exactly where they stand. If you only plan to play your second choice goalkeeper during Carabao Cup games, let him know. If your players understand their roles within the team, your squad should be harmonious.
Your backroom staff plays an incredibly important role. Not only do they help out with training sessions, but you can also instruct them to take control of various situations. For instance, if you don’t want to attend the press conference, send your assistant manager instead. This gives you more time to focus on your players.
Rumours suggest that your colleagues can chip in more than ever before during Football Manager 20. Your coaches can make various suggestions about tactics and compile in-depth player reports. This would give a more accurate representation of the day-to-day running of a modern football club.
If you’ve played Football Manager over the years, we’re sure you’ve experienced the pressure of the board at some stage. A few defeats on the bounce can change everything. However, we expect that to change this year. Managers should be given more time as clubs move through transitional stages.
We’re sure there will be plenty of other exciting features along the way. We can’t wait to see the latest developments when FM20 is released later this year.