The next Football Manager game is only a few (hopefully) short months away.
That means you'll soon be able to strategically command an army of men in shorts to do battle against each other using a ball as a proxy.
It's always a popular series, and it's easy to see why. However, you need to know where you can play the latest version of Football Manager.
That's where we come in, here's everything you need to know about Football Manager 2021.
Is Football Manager 2021 on Nintendo Switch?
Last year's entry, Football Manager 2020, released on PC, Nintendo Switch, and Google Stadia. While we don't know the platforms for certain this time around, they did put out a statement which said: "Our games will be on more platforms and available on more stores than ever before when they’re released later this year."
Logically, that means it'll be on Nintendo Switch again this year.
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Is Football Manager 2021 on PS4 or PS5?
As per that statement, it seems likely that we'll see Football Manager 2021 on PS4 or PS5 this year. It's not the most likely new platform though, that honour belongs to the next console.
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Is Football Manager 2021 on Xbox One or Xbox Series X?
Given that Football Manager 2020 is on Game Pass on PC, it seems fairly likely that we'll see the new game coming to one of the many Xbox iterations we'll have available in a couple of months.
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Is Football Manager 2021 on PC
If it doesn't come to PC then we'll make our editor eat a hat in a live stream. They've not agreed to this yet, but we'll make it work.
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Can you play Football Manager 2021 on Mac or mobile via Google Stadia?
As Football Manager 2020 came to Google Stadia it's incredibly likely that we'll see Football Manager 2021 there too. That means you'll be able to play it either a Mac or a mobile phone.
Is Football Manager 2021 crossplay?
There's no word on this just yet. It's certainly a possibility though, but a lot of it depends on how the new platforms feel about being friendly with one another.