Football Manager launches today for Nintendo Switch, Sega has announced.

Football Manager Touch 2018 is available to download from the Nintendo sShop with a bespoke user interface and a customised control system. There's support for both the Switch's touchscreen and the Joy-Con controllers, so you can play the game while out and about or docked.

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The Switch version includes the same feature set as the tablet version of Football Manager. Also included is the 3D Match Engine from the mainline Football Manager series - this is the first time the 3D engine has been playable on a home console.

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Football Manager Touch 2018 for Switch was co-developed by Sports Interactive and sister game development studio Hardlight (the team behind Sonic Dash and Sonic Jump).

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