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Wednesday, 05 September 2007 14:11

Championship Manager 2008 will come out in 2007

Written by Slobodan Simic


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Before Christmas 2007

 

Eidos Interactive has announced that Championship Manager 2008 will be released for PC before Christmas 2007. The game is developed by London based Beautiful Game Studios.

As for the new features, new Championship Manager will feature fully updated 2007/2008 football season, completely different look with new skins, menu shortcuts and an improved user interface.

New match engine in 3-D, now shows players sliding in for tackles, fighting with the opposition which should add to the realistic aspect of the game. You can check out the screenshots below.

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