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Tuesday, 10 March 2009 16:22

FIFA Manager 10 announced

Written by Muamer Odobasic

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EA keeping busy

 

Electronic Arts recently announced that it’s working on the new installment in FIFA Manager series – the FIFA Manager 10.

There’ll be few improvements such as larger pitches in 3D matches. So far the pitch was 85% of its original size, whereas now it’s going to be full sized.

The latest installment will use a new animation system so current animations will be replaced with those from FIFA 09. When starting a new game with a team from league one, you’ll be able to access higher club management levels.

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