Not long after the launch of Football Revolution 2018, football (soccer) fans now have another game to keep an eye on. Meogames is working on Champion Eleven, a new mobile football manager game. The game promises over 100 clubs from football leagues including the Premiere League, Serie A, and Ligue 1, as well as the likeness of real professional players thanks to its FIFPro license.
As a football management game, the primarily role of players will be off of the pitch. They will be given the option to view matches in either a 2D birds-eye view, or a 3D view complete with player animations. Players will be in charge of building and upgrading their team’s facilities, that includes upgrading the scouting office, stadium or leisure center.
The action of Champion Eleven will happen behind the scenes, as players make adjustments to strategy and facilities. The game promises to let players build their strategies by selecting formations and playing traits such as focusing on counter attacking and short passes.
Although no price point has been announced thus far, it is likely that the game will be free to play and contain in app purchases. A scheduled release date has yet to be announced, but players can sign up for notifications on the game’s official website (see below). Here is what Boss Xie, director of MeoGames had to say about the importance of the FIFPro License:
“As huge football fans, we love to control and manage our favorite teams, but it is much less fun when most games lack the real players,
We invested in the official license so that we could make the most realistic football game that users have ever dreamed of.”
Interested? Check out the game’s official website.