This marks the first time the 3D engine has been playable on a home console.
Earlier this week, game developer Flyhigh Works gave fans insight on Kamiko's success on Nintendo Switch and briefly hinted at its popular Fairune series heading to the hybrid system in the near future - and now it looks like we have a few more details about the latter of the two.
The Football Manager Nintendo Switch release is effectively a port of the tablet version of the game, designed for iPads and various Android slabs.More news: California could vote on separating into 3 states in November
Football Manager Touch 2018 for Switch has been co-developed by Sports Interactive and sister game development studio Hardlight (the team behind Sonic Dash and Sonic Jump).
A report reveals that Level-5, the development team behind Ni No Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom and Rogue Galaxy, intends to release all of their upcoming main titles on the Nintendo Switch. If they want us to, I would love to be able to do it.
3D Match Engine: Football Manager's acclaimed match engine and modernized match presentation help to bring your fixtures to life. It has the official title of Football Manager Touch 2018, which makes it sound like a touch-screen only affair, but fear not: the Switch version supports custom JoyCon controls, too.More news: Bangalore Eye First Home Win vs Punjab
Real World Scouting: Play the transfer market like never before with a realistic and immersive approach to scouting.
Bargaining: A wealth of clauses and transfer options arm you with more ways than ever to finalize the deal.More news: An 8-Year-Old's Rape and Killing Fuels Religious Tensions in India