Sega has released its financial results for the year ending 31st March 2014, and so we get some firm figures for its video game slate.
Football Manager Classic 14 launches on PlayStation Vita on 11th April in Europe, developer Sports Interactive has announced.
That's when the game goes on sale in Europe, SI boss Miles Jacobson said on Twitter. News on a release date outside of Europe will come later.
The Vita version is the first handheld version of Football Manager to feature the 3D match engine. You can carry on a single continuous game from the PC version onto the Vita and vice versa, too.
Apparently slaughtering FIFA Manager wasn't enough for Football Manager as it now preys on the living in Football Manager of the Dead, the latest update to Typing of the Dead: Overkill.
Football Manager 2014 will launch on Thursday, 31st October, Sports Interactive has announced.
Specifically, Thursday, 31st October at 00.01am GMT. That's on PC, Mac and Linux.
If you pre-order from one of the participating retailers you can gain access to a beta version around two weeks before the full game goes on sale. You can carry on the career you start in the beta when you buy the full version. A demo will be released a week before the full game.