Steam users can try the Football Manager 2017 for free until Sunday, March 26. Saga announced this news on their official blog saying, “this is the full Football Manager experience – completely free of charge. You’ll have unrestricted access to all of the world’s top leagues and many, many more.”
After the trial period ends the game will get a permanent 50% price cut making it available at just $25. If you decide to purchase the copy, all your progress from the trial period will be carried over to the full game.
Football Manager 2017 is a football (soccer) management simulation video game developed by Sports Interactive and published by Sega. It is available on Microsoft Windows, OS X and Linux platforms.
“You’ll have full control of transfers and decide who plays, and who sits on the bench. You’re in complete control of tactics, team-talks and pitch-side instructions, and you’ll follow the match live with our acclaimed 3D match engine. You’ll also deal with real football media, solve player-happiness problems and the board will watch your every move.” reads the official game description.
Stay tuned for the updates.
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