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Football Manager Classic 2014 Vita Entering The Field On April 11th In Europe

Fixture confirmed.

Sports Interactive has confirmed that Football Manager Classic 2014 is releasing on April 11th for Vita, around a month before the end of the current 2013/2014 football season. This Vita version of Football Manager will be the first handheld port of the game that will include the 3D match engine, and will also be cross platform. It will definitely by interesting to see how the game plays on the handheld. Sports Interactive’s Miles Jacobson spoke about the upcoming release.

It’s great to finally be able to release FMC Vita. This game has been the most technically challenging that we’ve ever worked on – we’ve essentially fit a PC game that needs loads of memory, a mouse and a keyboard into Sony’s wonderful handheld with a touch screen – and the help we’ve had from all of our partners has been wonderful. To be able to take your home computer save onto the road adds a huge amount to the Football Manager experience.”

There’s no confirmation as of yet of whether there will be an update for the new season for this version of the game, or whether there will be a new release.

Source: Sports Interactive

  1. arrybags
    Since: Sep 2010

    Although its being released at the end of the season I am still buying.

    Got a couple of train journeys on the 12th so it’s coming out just in time.

    Comment posted on 26/03/2014 at 18:35.
  2. DividSmythe
    Since: May 2012

    Only a month left, near enough, of the season is it too late? Maybe for me it is. Just depends on the price.

    Comment posted on 26/03/2014 at 18:57.
  3. DixNeuf
    Since: Apr 2010

    Hugely disappointing that this is coming so late in the season. Still buying it tho.

    Comment posted on 26/03/2014 at 19:13.
  4. parryman
    Since: Apr 2012

    I still play Premier Manager 2, and that was 1993, so up-to-date rosters are low on my list of priorities!

    Will buy at some point.

    Comment posted on 26/03/2014 at 20:38.

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