Still, an argument marred that announcement about why the game was not coming to PlayStation simultaneously with the Xbox one. Unfortunately, it does not appear that fans of the series on Sony’s consoles will get to play Football Manager 2023 anytime soon. The hit football management series came to home consoles for the first time in more than a decade, with the announcement of Football Manager 2021 on the Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S. The game was explicitly tailored to the console, customising the Touch editions of the series for use with Xbox controllers. A release date has not been confirmed, but the game will likely follow on last year’s title, skipping Sony’s.
Football Manager 2023 Xbox Edition and Football Manager 2023 Touch are expected to be cheaper than Football Manager 2022, akin to the previous year’s range. While the earlier versions were available for Xbox devices, there is no sign the franchise will be coming to Sony PS4, particularly the latest offering from Sony. Last year’s title, FM22, was released across multiple systems and was released not only on PC and Mac, but questions have been raised about the title and if it will be released on PlayStation. On 12 August 2009, British developers Sports Interactive & Sega Europe Ltd. announced Football Manager 2010 for PC and Apple Macintosh, while Football Manager Handheld 2010 for PlayStation Portable was scheduled to release on 30 October 2009.
As usual, Football Manager 2023 will probably contain a beta edition of the game, allowing managers to test it before it is officially released. The Football Manager 2023 Beta is scheduled for release in late October, two weeks before the game’s final. Football Manager 2023 is still a ways off, but several upgrades are made yearly to enhance the playing experience. The introduction of women’s football in this version of Football Manager may be the most intriguing change. After years of speculation, studio director Miles Jacobson revealed that women’s football would be included in the game. It may be challenging to have women’s football in this year’s event since there are distinctions between how men and women play the sport that must be carefully considered. Women’s football is undoubtedly coming, and according to studio director Miles Jacobson, therefore, the question is when not if.
Juventus and eFootball’s exclusive licencing agreement is coming to an end, according to the game’s producer Konami, allowing the Italian powerhouses to have official licences in other games. For many years, Juventus, one of the biggest teams in Italy, has played as Zebre rather than its usual self in Football Manager.