PC - Windows
Football Manager 2022
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About this game
Developer: Sports Interactive
Content Rating: Everyone
Football isn’t just about being the best and winning. It’s about overcoming the odds, realising your dreams, and earning your success through craft and skill. Fighting your way to the top and shocking the world or clawing your way back from the brink – these are the moments that taste sweetest. You’re the architect of your club’s destiny – their fortunes rest with you. Prevail in the moments that matter to turn your club’s dreams into reality and earn your place alongside the managerial greats. New features, game upgrades and licensing updates will drop in late September. Join the FMFC squad for the latest information delivered directly to your inbox.
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It hasn't been a smooth sailing journey for Sports Interactive (SI) and Football Manager. Many fans have complained about changes that have been applied to make the game appear more realistic at the expense of creating unnecessary bloat to the experience. I'm actually making a return with Football Manager 2022, having left the series in 2016 with less than 20 hours played on that version.
All said and done though, Football Manager 2022 is unsurprisingly excellent. Annual franchises that consistently make meaningful improvements each year are a rarity in today’s day and age, but FM is a gem that keeps on shining brighter. With significant changes both big and small, the newest entry in Sports Interactive’s beloved series delivers – yet again – its richest, most nuanced, and most dangerously addictive iteration yet.
Football Manager 2022 is yet another improvement on the long-running series, one that brings the beautiful game to life more than ever before and recreates both the small and large moments that make the sport so engaging. The options are near limitless, and the game puts even more at your fingertips, from the Data Hub to improved staff meetings, all adding onto a revamped match engine. This is the closest Sports Interactive has come to perfection, with only small elements feeling aged and needing polishing.