SEGA brings Football Manager Touch 2017 to Android and iOS tablets

Developer Sports Interactive, the creator of Football Manager series, has just released a new manager simulation game on mobile devices. The new Football Manager Touch 2017 has just been released on App Store and Google Play, but it won't come for free.

Football Manager Touch 2017 promises the most complete football management that you can experience on a tablet. Just like last year, SEGA, owners of Sports Interactive, will launch two versions of the game, one for tablets and another one for smartphones.

The tablet version is already available for purchase, but the smartphone title won't be out on Android and iOS until November 17. It's also worth mentioning Football Manager Touch 2017 costs no less than $19.99, which is quite a lot considering that we're talking about a mobile game.

If money is not something that you're worried about, then you might want to know Football Manager Touch 2017 comes with more than 130 authentic leagues and feature a huge database of players.

The folks over at Sports Interactive even added an enhanced 3D engine that features new and improved motion-captured animations, as well as a much better AI. Lots of other improvements and new additions to Challenge mode and scouting have been implemented, too.

If you choose to play it on iOS, then you will only be able to do it on one of the following supported tablets: iPad Air 1 and 2, iPad Pro 12.9 and 9.7, and iPad mini 2, 3 and 4. Apparently, the Android game is compatible with all tablets running Android 4.4 and up.


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