Football fans with a Playstation Vita now have a date to look forward to.

Football Manager 2014 from Sports Interactive will be released on October 31 of 2013 on PC, Mac and Linux.

If you want to get in on the football action early, you can pre-order your copy of Football Manager 2014 from participating retailers and receive access the Vita version approximately two weeks prior to the release date.

The Vita version is a pre-release build of the game that is close to the final version.
Unfortunately no date has been set yet for Football Manager 2014’s official release on the Playstation Vita.

The good news is that as if bringing the Football Manager Classic experience to the Vita in its entirety wasn’t enough, the game will also surprisingly host support for the Cross-Save support with PC, Mac, and Linux versions.Through the cross-save functionality you can keep your progress and continue your campaign on multiple platforms.

Given that there will not be a Playstation 3 version of the game, one has to applaud Sega and Sports Interactive for adding cross-save compatibility at all.

Keep an eye on The Vita Lounge for an official Vita release date in the future.

  • superjoon

    This is incorrect…. The 31st release date is for PC, Mac and Linux. Please amend the story. You will be getting alot of people excited for no reason.

    • Brian Sharon

      It’s been done. My source had some incorrect info. My deepest apologies.

      • superjoon

        No worries! 🙂