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Yolanda Curtis
April 14, 2018

Earlier this week, game developer Flyhigh Works gave fans insight on Kamiko's success on Nintendo Switch and briefly hinted at its popular Fairune series heading to the hybrid system in the near future - and now it looks like we have a few more details about the latter of the two. For those haven't, the game puts players in the role of a football manager (or soccer manager) with over 50 countries to choose from.

It has been rumoured, but it still came as a bit of a surprise today as Sega announced and launched Football Manager Touch for Nintendo Switch.

Those who have played Football Manager titles before will be familiar with the football management simulation. This means you can play using both control methods on the go, and doesn't effectively rule people out from playing in docked mode on their telly, either. As it is, the in-depth systems of a mainline Football Manager game perhaps aren't best suited to playing on a commute and the 3D Match Engine should make playing on your home TV more satisfying.

Originally released on PC in 2015, Jotun casts players as Thora, a Viking warrior on a quest to prove herself worthy of entering the hallowed halls of Valhalla following her death.

Developing your footballing philosophy is easy with tactical analysis steering you towards your strengths by highlighting your weaknesses.

Football Manager Touch 2018 for Switch was co-developed by Sports Interactive and Sonic Dash sister studio Hardlight.

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