Linux News Today: Football Manager 2016 Officially Released on Linux, Windows, and Mac OS X
Football Manager 2016, the latest installment of the most complex football simulator developed by Sports Interactive and published by Sega, has been released today for Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux.
Football Manager 2016 has finally arrived, and users can once more lose their sleep over this tremendous simulator. Over the years, Football Manager from Sports Interactive managed to stay the course, despite fighting off some competition. No other developer could keep up with the quality of their titles, and it’s now the only one of its kind.
Developers understood that being virtually alone in a niche doesn’t give the carte blanche to do what they want or to slack off. This is why each new release of Football Manager has been much better than the previous one, and it has been very well received by the community. This is one of the few annual titles that managed to keep up, even with short development cycles.
Football Manager 2016 is here
A number of players have been enjoying the Beta for some time now, and they have been upgraded to the final release overnight. The rest of us will only now have to plan for domination, no matter the platform you’re using.
“Football Manager 2016 is the most realistic, in-depth and immersive football management simulation available – it’s the closest thing to doing the job for real. FM16 lets you take full control of real football clubs from 137 top leagues, and you’ll be managing and making transfers from a database of over 400,000 real players and staff. You’re in full control of training, tactics and player instructions, and you’ll follow your matches live with our acclaimed 3D match engine,” reads the announcement made by Sports Interactive.
As usual, there is a Demo ready for Football Manager 2016 if you want to give it a try. The demo is available for all the supported platforms Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux.