Home » eSports » The Early Access beta for Football Manager 2023 is now accessible for PC and Mac

The Early Access beta for Football Manager 2023 is now accessible for PC and Mac

The beta is currently accessible for download on Steam and the Epic Games Store, with the Microsoft Store version anticipated “in the coming days,” according to Sega.

By placing a pre-order for the game via a digital store recognized by Sega, users can access the Early Access beta. Anyone who purchased the game from one of these sellers can log into Steam or Epic and start it from their library by doing so.

Before the game’s release on November 8th, anyone who hasn’t pre-ordered it from a digital store can still do so and get immediate access to the Early Access beta.

Sega states that the Early Access version is “almost full but not quite final,” which means that players may run into bugs and problems that can be reported in-game.

Online play is also possible in Early Access, but the pre-game and in-game editors are not yet accessible; they will be when the complete game launches on November 8.

According to Sega, users who begin a single-player career in the Early Access beta will be able to continue it when the complete game is released.

Sega states that the Early Access version is “almost full but not quite final,” which means that players may run into bugs and problems that can be reported in-game.

Online play is also possible in Early Access, but the pre-game and in-game editors are not yet accessible; they will be when the complete game launches on November 8.

According to Sega, users who begin a single-player career in the Early Access beta will be able to continue it when the complete game is released.

Newly licensed competitions including the UEFA Champions League, UEFA Europa League, and UEFA Europa Conference League will be included in this year’s release of Football Manager.

Additionally, it will make its PlayStation home console debut (the series has previously been released for the PSP, Vita, and Apple Arcade).

On the day of release, Xbox Game Pass subscribers will get access to both the console and PC versions of the game.

 

About Jacob Chambers

Old-school gamer with a cheeky tongue that gets me in trouble. When I'm not playing games, I'm writing about them, preferably in the vicinity of a fridge! Oh, and if you're a Justin Bieber fan, I'm afraid we can't be friends!

Check Also

Paradox Terminates Your Sim Life Following Continual Early Access Delays

The Sims series veterans who created Life by You have abruptly cancelled it. After multiple ...