We knew it was happening, but now we definitely know it’s happening.
Football Manager 2024, billed as the most complete version of the game to date, is getting a whole heap of upgrades including changes to transfers, new leagues, the obvious data update, some new game modes (depending on how you like your transfer market), match engine upgrades and more. A series of blog posts between now and early October will be going live on FootballManager.com to document the whole process.
The important thing is that the new game is set to go live from 4pm on Monday 6 November 2023. That goes for PC (Steam / Microsoft Store / Epic), Xbox, Switch and PS5.
FM24 Touch also launches on 6 November with Nintendo Switch users getting a fresh update while FM24 Console is back for another season on Xbox and PS5.
The FM24 Mobile edition will be available on the App Store and Google Play, but if you’ve got a Netflix subscription, a new partnership for distribution means you’ll be able to get your hands on the game as part of your existing package. FM24 Mobile also launches in November with FMHQ shipping details on the game at the end of October.
You can save 10% on the retail price (RRP is close to 60 bucks) if you pre-order from the official website. Other FM creators may be able to help you out with a discount of up to 22%, all including Early Access, or the beta period for the game, prior to the official release date.
Early Access is available to PC players only and should drop at some point around 19/20 October if we’re to get a similar duration like the window for FM23.