Another way to play a brilliant game
Football Manager will officially be available to play on Netflix as of next month.
The hugely popular game officially launches on Monday, November 6 however those who have already pre-ordered the game are enjoying the luxury of playing the two-week beta version of the simulator.
In recent years the game’s developers, Sports Interactive, have branched out even further from PC and Mac, making the game available to play on platforms such as PlayStation and Xbox as well as a mobile version.
However for the first time, the company have announced that Netflix users will be able to access the game on Mobile and unlike previous years, will only be available to those with a Netflix account.
A statement from Sports Interactive said: “Football Manager 2024 Mobile will launch exclusively for Netflix members from November 6th.
“Now, through Netflix’s global reach and membership base, more players than ever before can fast-track their way to footballing glory and benefit from the addition of four new languages to the game.
“If you’re an existing player with a Netflix membership, you’ll be able to find and install FM24 Mobile through the Netflix mobile app when the game launches in November. It will appear in a dedicated Games row on Apple phones and a separate Games tab on Android devices*.
“Players can still find FM24 Mobile on the App Store and Google Play, but you’ll need a Netflix account to login and begin your next journey to footballing greatness.
“If you’re not logged in to Netflix on your device, you will receive a sign-in prompt upon reaching the game’s loading screen. At this point you’ll either need to enter your Netflix account details or sign up for a new membership.
“Whether you’re at home on the sofa, on the work commute or travelling to a football away day, FM24 Mobile delivers a fast-paced thrill in every career.
“As detailed in our announcement trailer, FM24 Mobile’s new features and functionality will be revealed during the week commencing October 23rd.”
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