Championship Manager 2010 was released on for the PC on the 11th of September 2009. This game was planned for release last year, however they allocated extra development time to impliment a number of significant, never seen before upgrades and tweaks.
The match engine has undergone a radical overhaul, now with over 500 individual player animations, seven different camera angles, replays and the ability to record and re-watch matches. Scouting for new players is now a much more accessible and attractive. Managers are given a world map view of their knowledge of different countries and expenditure allocation. Scouts report back the up and coming star players from around the world allowing you to dedicate more of your time to other areas.
A first in the football management genre, CM Season Live is a monthly downloadable update which brings you all the latest events from the world of football, dropping you into the action at key defining moments in the season. Plus a huge range of messaging features in the game enables you to have far greater access to information and news from within the game’s world of football. Broadcasting real media references, the latest CM news system delivers in a wide variety of ways. The user gets all the information and news that’s relevant to their game in order to maximise their potential as a manager.
An exclusive feature to the CM series, ProZone continues to evolve to enable users to access highly detailed, post-match analysis on their players. With full stats on their own team and the opposition, the manager has the complete picture of personal and team performances to aid their decisions. Providing data on every pass, run, shot and more, ProZone is the analysis tool, putting CM in the real football world. Professional managers use ProZone on a daily basis. It doesn’t get any more real than this.