Soccer coaching sim Football Manager 2013
is the best-selling entry in the series' history, going all the way back to the original Championship Manager line in the 1990s. Sports Interactive Director Miles Jacobsen announced the landmark on Facebook, noting the game had scored over a million sales since its launch in November 2012.
As this Euro soccer season nears its end, fans are already looking ahead to the next one, and the next Football Manager. On the back of the latest entry bulging net sales, we now know Football Manager 2014
will take to the pitch on Linux.
Jacobsen revealed FM2014
is confirmed to come to PC, Mac and Linux. It'll be a crossplay game, meaning any purchase enables play on all three platforms. So now SI's seemingly unstoppable black hole of time has one more way to claim lives - you have been warned