A brand new football MMO has been announced in the form of 90 Minute Fever. The MMO is being developed by Isokron and is due to release on PC next year.
The difference between 90 Minute Fever and other football MMO’s currently available is the fact that the game seems to be a fully fledged PC title in the form of the now defunct Football Manager Live rather than a mobile or browser game.
90 Minute Fever is promised to be “the most advanced and in-depth online football management game ever” and will allow players to create their own teams and compete against other managers both on and off the pitch as you sign players and staff for your club.
The game will take place in a persistent, season-based game world meaning that your progress will continue from season to season. Players will also have over 50 attributes which are separately rated with each footballer being unique with his own style of play. However it is not known whether the game will use real-life players or fake ones.
“We’ve spent a lot of time thinking about what an online football management experience should be – something that’s more immersive, more interactive, and more engaging for those who take their football seriously,” said Isokron founder Nick Kakoschke.
“We wanted to create a game that players can really get absorbed in, rather than logging in for a few minutes a day to perform a few routine chores. We can’t wait to see how people respond when the beta launches early next year.
You can sign-up for the beta for 90 Minute Fever here which will start in early 2016, with the full release scheduled for later in 2016.