Future Football Manager starts early access on Android in selected regions

Next generation game engine featuring unique gesture controls!

Future Football Manager, developed by Wanda Cinemas Games opens early access to its latest sports game in Thailand. Wanda Cinemas Games have been the household name behind popular football management games namely, Champions Manager Mobasaka and Ultimate Football Club.

The game boasts the FIFPro license and has authentic kits and player licenses from renowned football clubs including Barcelona, Bayern Munich, Manchester City, AC Milan, Juventus, and Wolverhampton Wanderers. The game allows you to sign football stars from all over the world and manage your athletes while preparing for the upcoming FIFA World Cup 2022.

Manage and lead your team to Glory in Future Football Manager

The game is based on a self-developed next-gen engine featuring all your favorite football stars with new AI algorithms. With some extraordinary appealing graphics, the players and pitches are all looking more awesome than ever before.

Future Football Manager Early Access
Image via Wanda Cinemas Games

Nevertheless, the game allows you to take control of all the players in the field with unique in-game gestures. They can be easily manipulated to make a dribble, pass or perform a long-range shot. You just need to perfectly draw the gestures in the field and then the game does it for you.

Although your primary goal lies in managing the club that you own and taking it to the top by winning more and more championships, you can also interact with different female characters and set up different romantic storylines as your club obtains bonuses from different explorations.

When will Future Football Manager globally release

The developers are yet to announce an official release date yet. With the early access and closed-beta testing already ongoing, Future Football Manager is not far away from a global release.

We can surely expect the devs to release the game sometime soon this year if everything goes according to plan. Android users residing in Thailand can try out and get an early sneak peek of the game from their respective Google Play accounts.

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