SEGA and Sports Interactive bring the land mark series Football Manager to the Nintendo Switch launch today Football Manager Touch 2018 as a digital download from the Nintendo eShop.
“This is a milestone release for Football Manager,” says Sports Interactive’s Studio Director, Miles Jacobson. “This is our first console release in a number of years but it is also our most innovative release of Football Manager Touch to date thanks to the various control methods we’ve included that gives everyone a way of playing Football Manager that suits them.”
Football Manager puts you in the hot seat of any club in more than 50 countries across the world, as you take on the roll of a real life gaffer, you decide who is benched who plays, the tactics, substitutions, team talks and pitch-side instructions.
Football Manager Touch 2018 has been fully optimised for the Nintendo Switch with a customised control system, bespoke user interface, with support for touchscreen and Joy-Con controllers.
Football Manager Touch 2018 on the Nintendo Switch will offer a fully-fledged single-player experience and the 3D Match Engine, this is the first that the 3D engine has been playable on a home console.
“It’s been a huge technical achievement to bring Football Manager to the Switch but, as a studio, we’ve embraced the unique design opportunities that the console offers,” adds Jacobson. “Thanks to the support we’ve had from Hardlight throughout the development process we’ve been able to create a Football Manager experience that is just as immersive and enjoyable whether you’re managing on the move during your commute or playing it on your TV.”