A fan has already simulated 100 seasons into the future on FM 24, the league table is crazy
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A fan has already simulated 100 seasons into the future on the new Football Manager game.
FM 24 is set to launch worldwide next month but the beta version is now available for those who have already pre-purchased the popular game.
One user playing the game has already managed to simulate 100 seasons into the future and the results are crazy.
Sharing the Premier League table from his game on social media, Twitter user TomFM_YT wrote: “I've simulated 100 years into the future in #FM24EarlyAccess.
“This is what the Premier League looks like. Ask me anything and I'll dive into the save file to try and find the answers for you!”
The likes of AFC Fylde, Wrexham, Grimsby, Torquay, MK Dons and Bolton have all managed to climb up to the top of the English football pyramid.
Fylde are in the Champions League after finishing in a brilliant fourth place behind Manchester City, Newcastle United and Manchester United. Bournemouth are also in European football’s top competition after their fifth-place finish.
Ryan Reynolds’ Wrexham qualified for the UEFA Europa League after clinching sixth place in the Premier League.
On the other end, Merseyside rivals Liverpool and Everton were both relegated to the Championship along with Barnsley.
The Twitter user was then asked to show where Arsenal and Chelsea were.
Chelsea won the Championship and will be promoted back to the Premier League but Arsenal have been relegated to League One after finishing rock bottom.
FM 24 promises more incredible football realism for fans to enjoy with a host of different new features set to be featured in the new version.
The official launch of FM 24 will be on 6 November 2023.
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