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Football Manager 2022 Announced for Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, Switch, PC, iOS, and Android

Football Manager 2022 Announced for Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, Switch, PC, iOS, and Android - News

by William D'Angelo , posted on 09 September 2021 / 925 Views

Publisher Sega and developer Sports Interactive have announced Football Manager 2022 for PC via Steam and Epic Games Store, Football Manager 2022 Xbox Edition for the Xbox Series X|S and Xbox One, Football Manager 2022 Mobile for iOS and Android, as well as a Nintendo Switch version.

The game will launch on November 9 for the Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, PC, iOS, and Android. It will also be available on Xbox Game Pass on day one. A release date for the Nintendo Switch version will be announced soon.

Here is an overview of the game:

Football isn’t just about being the best and winning.

It’s about overcoming the odds, realizing 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.

Key Features:

  • Embark on a journey to the top of the game, meeting the objectives of your club’s hierarchy and the lofty expectations of the fans.
  • Scour the globe for undiscovered talent or build your squad from within, pushing your prospects in training to realize their potential.
  • Create a footballing identity for your players to buy into, with tactics and strategies designed to deliver success for your team on Matchday.

(Early Access debuts roughly two weeks prior to the November 9th street date—pre-purchase any time before launch on Steam to play first. The Early Access version of the game may go live at different times on different platforms.)


A life-long and avid gamer, William D'Angelo was first introduced to VGChartz in 2007. After years of supporting the site, he was brought on in 2010 as a junior analyst, working his way up to lead analyst in 2012. He has expanded his involvement in the gaming community by producing content on his own YouTube channel and Twitch channel dedicated to gaming Let's Plays and tutorials. You can contact the author at wdangelo@vgchartz.com or on Twitter @TrunksWD.


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11 Comments
Rafie (on 09 September 2021)

That's a very odd choice to leave PlayStation out of this. Hmmm........

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gtotheunit91 Rafie (on 09 September 2021)

The franchise has never been on a PlayStation home console. Only Windows, mobile, and in more recent years, Nintendo and Xbox. Although I believe it was on PSP like 10 years ago and maybe 1 of the games landed on Vita? It's a very weird franchise that's all over the place as far as platforms go.

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Rafie gtotheunit91 (on 09 September 2021)

Oh I never knew that. Got it! Thanks..

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Kakadu18 gtotheunit91 (on 09 September 2021)

Pretty typical for Sega.

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Barozi Rafie (on 09 September 2021)

It's Sony's own fault. Google why FM21 isn't on Playstation. Nintendo and Microsoft asked the devs to port it to their consoles. Sony didn't.
Nintendo and Xbox sent them dev kits. Sony didn't.

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Ka-pi96 (on 10 September 2021)

Already preordered!

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SecondWar (on 09 September 2021)

Why is it called FM Touch on the Switch? The Switch has no touchscreen functionality.

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trunkswd SecondWar (on 09 September 2021)

Good catch. I misread the announcement post, which said "Full release details for FM22 Touch, including our return to Nintendo Switch™, are coming soon. "

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mZuzek SecondWar (on 09 September 2021)

The Switch is literally a touch screen, though? Anyways, FM Touch is a different version of the game made for mobile devices, it's a bit simplified in general, and that's the version the Switch's been getting.

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SecondWar mZuzek (on 09 September 2021)

The Switch does not have a touchscreen.

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Ka-pi96 SecondWar (on 10 September 2021)

That's technically the version the Switch will be getting. The Xbox version is FM Touch too, just renamed for Xbox.

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