The future of Football Manager

Sports Interactive boss Miles Jacobson has announced a range of major shifts coming to the Football Manager series, dubbed “one of the biggest changes in our history.”

In an extensive developer blog, Jacobson apologised for the relative lack of new features in FM23, announced save game transfers coming in FM24, and the long-awaited arrival of women’s football in FM25 – first announced back in 2021. Alongside all that is a shift from the studio’s own in-house game development engine to the ubiquitous Unity.

All this makes this year’s FM24 a “closing of this chapter in our history”, Jacobson said, with a major revamp of everything from graphics, to UI, to underlying systems coming next year in FM25 – something Jacobson said will be, “for the first time in decades, a true sequel.”

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