Say goodbye to your social life - Football Manager 2021 is out now.
That’s right, it’s time to freshen up your tactics, scour the world for wonderkids and - if you can - lead your team to glory.
This year, the FM series will be available on more platforms than ever, including a return to Xbox for the first time since 2007.
The game features a raft of new features with Sports Interactive promising “a renewed focus on the role of the manager, adding more tools that allow managers to develop their personalities and prowess.”
As ever, game creators will seek to deliver “unparalleled levels of football authenticity” and extra layers of depth and drama.
When is Football Manager 21 out?
The game is slated for a 24 November 2020 release, and will be available to purchase from Epic Games Store and Steam.
How much will it cost to play?
The game has a recommended retail cost of £39.99.
Managers who pre-order the game from a SEGA approved store can purchase the game for £35.99.
Where can I play Football Manager 2021?
The latest edition of Football Manager will be available from the Xbox Store and is a Play Anywhere digital title that allows players to play their save games across their Xbox console and any Windows 10 PC.
The game will be available on Xbox One and the forthcoming next generation of Xbox consoles, Xbox Series S and Xbox Series X.
Sadly for PS4 users the game will not be coming to Sony’s premier console.
As well as Mac and PC editions, Football Manager Touch (on Epic, Steam, Nintendo Switch (iOS and Android) and Football Manager Mobile (on iOS and Android) are both lined up for release.
As in previous years, FM21 Touch on PC and Mac is available both as a standalone game on Epic Games and Steam and free for anyone who purchases FM21 for Steam or Epic Games.
FM21 Touch on Nintendo Switch will join the squad in December.