Dec. update includes:
- Facilities upgrade bug fixed
- Injury tweaks (a reduction in the chances of injury caused by a certain type of tackle. This particularly affected wide players and forwards
- FIFA Rankings recalculated
- Fixed a crash caused when a national manager applies for an international job having only ever managed another international team
- Small number of Spanish B team names incorrect in English language version
- & other miscellaneous smaller tweaks/improvements.
Oct. update includes:
- All the September patch fixes
- Numerous improvements to the match engine
- Players can now view goal scorers on the results page
- Stats & ratings can be viewed without waiting for the match to load in full
- Improved Player Ratings
- Changes to Half-Time / Full time team talks
- Improved transfer budgets, plus feedback from the board
- The team talk loop bug is now fixed
- Fixed issues which resulted in save game corruption
- Clearer Full screen / Windowed mode options
- Fixes to ProZone
- Plus other improvements throughout the game...
Sept. update includes:
- Thousands of summer transfers including Michael Owen to Manchester United, Dmytro Chygrynskiy to Barcelona and Richard Dunne to Aston Villa
- More club badges and licensed teams
- Support for 1280x800 windowed mode
- Improved running for lower spec machines
- Players can now turn on/off the Information Window
- Improved Set-piece creator
- Improvements to AI & players Goalkeepers
- Defenders now react better, leading to less defensive mistakes
- Sweeping Match engine improvements
- and much more
Championship Manager 2010 is the latest edition of the classic football management franchise, and will be the first football game available for the 2009/10 season. In development for over 2 years, the 2010 edition offers players a host of unique features never seen before in football management games. These include a bespoke 3D match engine with over 500 individual player animations created specifically for Championship Manager, a Set-piece creator giving users the chance to create their own unique free kicks and corners, Scouting Networks allowing users to set-up local networks in countries around the world and scout for local players and Practice matches helping users build and mould their perfect team or trial new players.
Championship Manager also includes an industry first in CM Season Live™ allowing players to download the real-world 09/10 football season data and take on real world managerial decisions and challenges in the leading leagues across Europe.
Ahead of the games release, players will be able to try out all of the latest features and more in a full demo available from August 14th via the Championship Manager website. With 6 months game time (over half a season) contained in the demo and fully compatible with the full version of the game on its release, players have a full four weeks to prepare themselves for the release of Championship Manager 2010.
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