Football Manager 2017 Chinese translation is work in progress
Football Manager 2017 will soon be available to download, allowing gamers to immerse themselves into the most realistic football management game to date. Your task is to manage your football club as best as you can and take it to victory. The game is available on both Windows PC and Xbox One.
There is currently much stir around Football Manager 2017 due to the lack of Chinese language support. At the moment, the reviews for this game are mixed not because of poor gaming quality, but because there is no Chinese translation available.
The good news is that SEGA is currently working on translating Football Manager 2017 into Traditional Chinese. The bad news is that the translation won’t be ready by November 4. With a bit of luck, perhaps the first major update for the game will include Chinese language support.
SEGA have begun work on translating Football Manager 2017 and Football Manager Touch 2017 into Traditional Chinese. SEGA are also considering simplified Chinese options. At this moment, there is no solid release date for the localised versions but we would like to reassure our Chinese fan base that a version is coming.
This piece of news caused a stir among the Chinese fans of the game. Many suggest that Football Manager 2017 should be translated into Simplified Chinese because most Chinese players are inclined to Simplified Chinese, therefore the number of players in Traditional Chinese is too small.
All in all, the news that a Chinese translation will be available for Football Manager 2017 made many fans happy and they no longer regret buying the game.
You can purchase Football Manager 2017 for $54.99 from Steam.
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