SI splits Football Manager 2016 in two, offers full-featured version and stripped-down Touch edition

Regular as clockwork, Sports Interactive has announced Football Manager 2016, this year's installation of the perennially popular management sim. This is the full, insanely in-depth product, packed with the expected array of new features and tweaks.

For those who prefer something a little bit more manageable, SI has detached the stripped-down Classic mode of recent years, and is offering it up as an alternative product in its own right, now titled Football Manager Touch.

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