Football Manager 2021 delivers dynamic and fresh true-to-life management experiences that renew the focus on you, the beating heart of your soccer club. You are equipped with more tools than ever before to develop your managerial personality and push for success at your club. New features and game upgrades produce unparalleled levels of soccer authenticity plus added layers of depth and drama.
Join forces with your backroom staff to assess the strength and depth of your playing squad. Your scouting team will find players to help make your squad better and there will likely be a starlet or two in your Youth Team knocking on the door of the Senior Squad…
Features: FM21’s headline features cover a number of key areas of the game including the interaction system, matchday experience and the recruitment module. There are new communication methods, including gestures, and new interaction options between the manager, their players and the media. There are new presentation elements before, during and after a match and an overhaul to the match engine AI. Expected goals (or xG) makes its debut in the series as part of a wider suite of data analysis changes through an xG model, built by Sports Interactive in partnership with SciSports. Trophy presentations have been revamped too.
Managers can also take more control of their club’s recruitment strategy with a new recruitment meeting.
Playable leagues: FM21 features 117 leagues from 52 nations across five continents: Africa, Asia (including Australia), Europe, North America and South America. Coverage is heavily slanted towards European teams, with 34 of its 51 constituent countries having playable leagues, while South Africa is the only country of Africa’s total 54 that is covered.
Licensing: 29 leagues (across 14 countries) were fully licensed for the game, as was KNVB (“Team Holland”). Italy’s Serie A has licences for all its clubs except Juventus, who appear as Zebre once again. The German national team was not licensed, however, having been reintroduced in FM20.
Xbox edition: Football Manager 2021 saw the series return to Xbox consoles for the first time since 2007. Modelled on Football Manager Touch, the game’s user interface has been designed to work with the Xbox controller and the game will take advantage of Microsoft’s Smart Delivery and Play Anywhere technology to enable cross-play across Xbox One, Xbox One X|S, Xbox Series X|S and FM21 Xbox on Windows 10.
FM21 Xbox will be enhanced on Xbox Series X|S with matches displaying in native 4K and up to 10 nations can be loaded up at any one time.
The game released on 1 December 2020.
Football Manager 2021 Mobile introduced three new nations to the game: Argentina, Canada and Mexico, which took the total number of playable nations to 24.
Tactical templates have been introduced for the first time that replicate the most popular styles of play in world football and managers can now develop their own set-piece routines. The Dynamics module has new displays of social groups, player relationships and squad hierarchy while the way that human managers can communicate with their players has been redefined.
Other features include the ability to set up links with feeder clubs and arrange pre-season friendlies.
FM21 Mobile was released on iOS and Android on 24 November 2020.
Why should you play Football Manager?
The manager is the beating heart of every football club. In Football Manager 2021 dynamic, true-to-life management experiences and next-level detail renews that focus on you like never before, equipping you with all the tools to achieve elite status. It’s over to you, boss.
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