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Football Manager 2021 Coming To Xbox Series X/S This December

It was bound to happen right? With the more powerful consoles upon us in just a few months, it's been announced that we can finally expect to see a Football Manager game on our console at last, with a December release date being all we really have at the moment.
The game itself will be Modelled more on the Football Manager Touch games (none of which I've ever played). The Xbox edition will be a streamlined version of the desktop classic, and has also been "carefully redesigned" for optimal performance with the Xbox controller. More details on the game can be expected around November time.
Official website post can be found here.
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