Sega and Sports Interactive have released what they’re calling a â€œstreamlinedâ€ version of Football Manager 2019 for the Switch. Though Football Manager 2019 looks like it’s pretty much the same features as the regular version of Football Manager. You can see for yourself in the trailer below.
Touch, which is available now in the Nintendo e-Shop as well as on Google Play and the App Store now, sees a fair few features revamped for the series. At the top of the list is a revised training simulator that lets players go through the nitty-gritty details themselves or delegate it to their assistants. Similarly, you can prepare for matches using preset tactics for your team, with the trailer showing options like the fluid tika-taka style being one such choice.
Football Manager 2019 also saw the introduction of the official Bundesliga, the German football league, and that’s also made its way to the Touch version. Meaning you’ll be able to try and nab a few decent players from Bayern Munich and Dortmund or try your hand at managing one of the German teams.
You can pick Football Manager 2019 Touch up for Â£30 on the Switch, and Â£20 for Android and iPad.