Sega and Sports Interactive have officially announced inevitable sim sequel Football Manager 2014.
The game apparently boasts over 1,000 improvements and will for the first time be available on Linux. New cloud save tech means players will be able to resume their campaign from any machine.
Steam Workshop will also be integrated allowing players to easily customise the title and share their efforts with the Steam community.
Those who pre-order the game from a participating retailer will also get access to the beta two weeks ahead of its official release.
“Our unchanging goal in the development of the Football Manager series is to deliver the most authentic and immersive simulation of real-world football management wherever you may be in the world,” Sports Interactive boss Miles Jacobson stated.
“Players can now take charge of their team anywhere they can access a home computer, and with huge improvements to existing features plus the addition of loads of new stuff, can have the best Football Manager experience to date while doing so.”