Eidos/Square/Enix just posted up the Championship Manager 2010 demo – and here it is.
It doesn’t actually say there what’s in the demo, but “football management” is probably a good guess.
We’ll ask. The full game’s out on September 11. Thanks, G1GAHURTZ.
Update: All details of what’s included in the demo are in the PR after the break.
Demo out now with Championship Manager Challenge 2010
Championship Manager 2010 is proud to announce that a free demo version of the game is now available containing all the latest features including a bespoke 3D match engine with over 500 individual player animations, a Set-piece creator giving users the chance to create their own unique free kicks and corners, Scouting Networks allowing users to set-up local networks in countries around the world and grow local player knowledge and Practice matches helping users select their perfect team or trial new players.
Take the challenge!
Download the demo now to experience the new version of Championship Manager that has been two years in the making. All players of the demo will be eligible to take part in the Championship Manager 2010 challenge to win a footballing tour of Europe for 2 people visiting four different countries to take in some of the best football the world has to offer. Visit www.cm10challenge.co.uk to register simply type your code into the Demo in order to activate the in-game challenges. More information on the challenge and what players need to do can be found on the challenge website (www.cm10challenge.co.uk)
Download the demo from the Challenge website for free and get a full six months of in-game play time giving everyone a great chance to get stuck into the game and with all saved games fully compatible with the full version of the game you’ll be able to keep your season going from September 11th.
For more information on Championship Manager visit www.championshipmanager.co.uk to read about the game as well as the views of the CM Council including Former World Cup Referee Graham Poll, Manchester United’s youth director Brian McClair and West Ham legend Mervyn Day.