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Lorenz7

Do I have to start a new save game after the official release?

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I like to play long save games. I'm not the type of player which can start a career to explore one season and after that start with a new team.
Now I'm in a difficult situation. I own the FM18 beta and I really can't wait to start my save game. (I've already started it but I'm only one official match far).
I really like the match engine, it's really improved. I also like the set pieces which seem to follow the instructions more than in previous releases.

The game is still in beta mode. So there are a lot of small bugs. I'm playing on Mac so I'm also facing the expected retina bug (blurry text), the regens do not have faces, a lot of language stuff is not translated (I'm playing in Dutch). Some UI things aren't on point (financial graphs, yellow cards showed twice, youth interlands showed twice, ...).

I know it's a beta so I'm not here to blame the creators. I'm confident that most of it will be fixed when the official release will take place.
The only questions I've left:

- Can Football manager (the creators) guarantee that I don't have to start a new save game or not to have the fixes?
- For the readers & creators: Are there already bugs reported which can not be fixed in an existing saved game which is started in the beta? (some wrong birthday for a player isn't an issue for me, only issues which are really game specific).

Thanks

Edited by Lorenz7

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Now seeing this post:


So I suspect I can start my long save? :). Or does this only mean: yes you can go further with your save game but not all bug fixes won't be included.

Edited by Lorenz7

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Any bug fixes will be included in the release version and do not require you to start a new game.  Any data changes that are included will require you to start a new save.  This is relevant for all game updates.

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