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Football Manager Touch 2017 slides into the Google Play Store

The latest installment of ever-addictive sports management sim has hit the Play Store.
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November 9, 2016
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The 2017 edition of Football Manager Touch has landed in the Play Store. The sports management sim, known for its tactical depth and divorce case citations, is back for another year to try and take over your life.

Developed by Sports Interactive and published by SEGA, Football Manager Touch 2017 sees you take control of a real-world soccer team to guide them to championship glory. It features hundreds of leagues, thousands of players, and a 3D match engine to monitor each players’ performance.

FM Touch 2017 includes a host of improvements upon FM Touch 2016, many of which echo adjustments made to its PC counterpart, and one of Sports Interactive’s main aims appears to have been speeding up the gameplay: there’s now an “instant result” feature so you can skip to the end of matches when you feel you’ve seen enough of them, there are more automation options for backroom staff, and scout assignments have been streamlined.

Here’s a video discussing the new features:

Football Manager 2017 Touch is available now in the Play Store for compatible tablets. Oh, and it costs $19.99 with in-app purchases.

Are you going to pick this one up? Let us know in the comments.