Sports Interactive and SEGA have announced that Football Manager 2019 Touch is available now for Nintendo Switch as a digital download from the Nintendo eShop in all territories with the exception of North America. North American fans will be able to get their hands on the game on 6th December 6th. Football Manager made its debut on the Switch earlier this year and the 2019 Touch edition brings improvements and enhancements across the board, while continuing to make full use of the Switch’s innovative control systems and portability.
Football Manager 2019 Touch – Nintendo Switch Trailer
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