Football Manager 2017 Released For Linux
Written by Michael Larabel in Linux Gaming on 4 November 2016 at 08:06 AM EDT. 6 Comments
LINUX GAMING --
If you are a Linux gamer and our 13-way GPU comparison of Deus Ex: Mankind Divided made you realize your system isn't strong enough for this newest AAA Linux game title, perhaps you'll be interested in the just-released Football Manager 2017 with day-one Linux support.

Football Manager 2017 was released on Thursday and is simultaneously available for Windows, Linux, and macOS. There's also a touch edition for Apple and Android devices too.

Launch-day details on Football Manager 2017 at SteamCommunity.com. This follows Football Manager 2016 having also been released for Linux / SteamOS.

Football Manager 2017 sells on Steam for $49.99 USD and the listed Linux requirements are Intel HD Graphics 3000/4000, GeForce 8600M GT or newer, and AMD Radeon HD 2400 series or newer. It's not a demanding game at all and should play fine with the Mesa/Gallium3D drivers, even when it comes to Intel Linux graphics. More details on this popular game via Steam.
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