Self-Isolation Just Got Better! Football Manager 2020 Is Free Next Week

Free 2020 Football Manager

It’s a self-isolation miracle! Football Manager – the greatest video game to grace the Earth – is available for free for the next week. 

Forget talking to your family. Forget getting around to all of those pesky chores you’ve been putting off for the last year. Now, your days of solitude will melt away as you try and guide Stockport County to the Premier League in five seasons.

The news that Football Manager will be freely available came courtesy of developers Sports Interactive, who issued the following statement.

“If you’re finding that you’ve got a little more time on your hands than normal just now, we might have a way for you to fill those free hours. We’re delighted to announce that Football Manager 2020 is free on Steam for the next week, starting from 3:00 pm GMT today and ending at 3:00 pm GMT next Wednesday, March 25th.

“This free access only applies to the PC/Mac game (on Steam) and it will only be playable free-of-charge until the week has expired. After that, if you wish to continue playing, you can carry on the journey by purchasing the full game from Steam to ensure FM20 stays in your library.”

“If you already have a Steam account, getting access to the game is straightforward – all you have to do is head to the Football Manager 2020 page and hit the download button. The game will move to your library and will be fully playable until the free weekends.

“If you don’t already have a Steam account, go to www.steampowered.com, click on ‘Install Steam’ and follow the instructions. Once Steam is installed and you’ve set up an account, the process is the same as above,” the statement read.

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source: 90min

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