The director and executive producer of the Sports Interactive simulation series, Miles Jacobson, announced the information and confirmed that Football Manager 2022 has sold over a million copies. The game reached this milestone fewer than nine months after its launch.
In a tweet, Jacobson said, “Over the past twelve hours we have sold our one-millionth copy of Football Manager 2022 for PC and Mac.”
In addition, he expressed gratitude to the users, saying, “In such trying times, particularly in the middle of crises like the ones we are facing, this is not something we take for granted.” “As a result, we’d want to thank everyone who bought the game and played it through Game Pass or on other platforms.”
Sega released Football Manager 2022 in November of the previous year. On a variety of devices, including PC, Mac, Nintendo Switch, and Xbox consoles, the game is presently accessible.
The game’s primary focus is on taking the soccer team to the top of the league, accomplishing the goals established by the owner and chairman, and exceeding fan expectations. Players must either look locally or on the transfer market for the greatest young soccer talent on the globe, opening doors for your youth academy’s top players to reach their full potential.
Players get to follow in the footsteps of a professional manager while playing the game. It involves routine team evaluation reports, briefings, planning, and development of strategies, among other things. In addition, Football Manager 2022 included the Statistics Hub feature, which offers comprehensive data like contest momentum, pass maps, and the choice to ask a data administrator to gather more precise data to help you develop your club.
Football Manager 2022 has maintained a really persistent level of performance since its release, which is somewhat uncommon. Additionally, the game includes a Touch version which is also accessible on the Nintendo Switch, and is part of Game Pass for PC and Xbox, thus the number of people who have experienced it may be considerably greater.