‘An all-new user interface’ is one of the first things we normally write, when we start to publicise each new release in the Football Manager series. As a result, an annual revamp of the game’s ‘look and feel’ is something that most FM veterans have come to expect.
This year, however, we’ve gone a little further than usual.
The most instantly obvious difference between Football Manager 2019 and every FM that’s come before it is the refreshed user interface. Experienced managers will notice the difference on almost every screen – not only because everything looks cleaner and fresher than before, but also because each element of the game is now easier to find and navigate.
The changes are particularly pronounced in two of the most significantly overhauled modules; tactics and training. Both areas see a host of small, but meaningful changes (many of which were inspired by user feedback from FM18) which are designed to work for all users, no matter how experienced.
These visual changes don’t just apply to the PC/Mac game either, as this new look and feel – designed to integrate seamlessly with the new Football Manager logo and brand colours – mean that FM will have a familiar look and feel across the Mobile and Touch versions too.
The end result is a new look that’s instantly familiar to FM die-hards, but also completely fresh. Most important of all, though, this is not just change for the sake of it; FM19 is not just the best-looking version of the game ever made, the combination of the updated user interface and new manager induction system will make this easiest to pick up and play that we’ve ever released.
But enough words. Here’s what FM19 looks like…
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