Hello again, now it’s time to have a look at the new staff roles that you will all enjoy in Football Manager 2013! Yesterday’s video introduced the director of football and his influence on the club, now Sports Interactive surprises us with a few more new staff members that will help you manage the club.
In brief, we’re talking about two new main roles:
- Head of youth development – the man who will make sure that you recruit the best youngsters in your region but also manage your youth team
- Chief scout – the man who will filter the various scout reports, presenting you only the most viable options for transfers. This staff member can also handle assigning your scouts to specific tasks.
Miles Jacobson explains:
- this new staff member will handle all kinds of transfer business for you, including selling unwanted players or loaning out youngsters
- separate leaderboards for each game mode (full career, FM Classic, challenges).
- separate leaderboards for nations/divisions.
- sophisticated scoring system that takes into account trophies, goals scored, but also the initial reputation of the club that you achieved those results with.
- fully integrated with Steam, you will be able to compare your score to those of your Steam friends.
- manager wages count towards the points you earn, so now there’s a point in negotiating a higher salary with your club.
- much easier to set up, network games will run through the powerful Steam servers.
- you have the possibility to export your team from single player mode into a network game. This way you can play against one of your friends regardless of which season your team is playing in the single player mode. For instance, I could play with Viitorul Constanta against Darren’s Scarborough or Kevin’s Toronto FC!
- agree on match view settings before the actual game, which avoids having the two players having different settings.
- New physics engine, which allows more realistic ball trajectories. The ball is now affected by pitch conditions and weather.
- Player bodies are more realistic.
- AI (Artificial Intelligence) more realistic.
- New cameras and the possibility to zoom in and out.
- Increased stadium details.
- live feed of suggestions and updates during the match in a single, customizable, panel, instead of multiple panels like in FM 2012
- quicker in-game substitutions
- animated action bar and match info bar during the match
- easier access to camera selection and match speed settings
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