​October has been a pretty exciting month for gamers, especially those who play football related games on their computers or Play Station.


The much awaited ​EA Sports' FIFA 20 was released recently and now Sports Interactive have confirmed that the 2020 edition of another famous game ​Football Manager 2020 will be released on November 19th.



As previously revealed by their ​official website, Football Manager 2020 will be a launch title on Google Stadia and will be the fastest way to experience Football Manager.


On announcing the launch, Miles Jacobson, Studio Director of Sports Interactive, said “Football Manager on Stadia includes technology that is only available on that platform, utilising the power of the cloud and Google’s data centres to ensure that more matches can be processed in parallel utilising spare bandwidth across the whole system – this means you can have more leagues loaded into your save, or just go for a faster experience by keeping the amount of leagues the same, but having the matches process quicker than you can on any other platform.”


From announce until launch, fans who pre-purchase Football Manager 2020 (PC/Mac), from a SEGA approved digital retailer* (or from a participating physical retailer) will receive a 10% discount.



Additionally, there will be an introduction of four new features on Football Manager 2020.


To start with career mode, whenever you start your career at a club as a manager, you are indulged in discussions regarding the club's objectives for the coming years.


However, the new 'Club Vision' in this game will also include a five year plan for any side you're joining. Clubs will discuss club culture, ongoing objectives and the five year plan in the Club Vision screen and you'll have to make sure you hit objectives with transfers and style of play as much you have to make sure you win games.


There will also be a Development Centre in-built in the game where you can improve your players using training drills. There will also be more clarity on each player and they playing time that they will possibly get, which will help managers in taking squad decisions more efficiently.


Last but not the least, there will be more in depth divided responsibilities to choose from, both for yourself as a manager and your staff. You can additionally put out new roles to appoint staff like Head of Player Development and Technical Director among others.