One month past the re-launch, we discuss strategic differences between the game play of FMLive past versus update 1.5 onwards.
The new framework of player wage demands, club reputation & skill specialization – what does progression look like now in Football Manager Live?
How hard will it be to reach & stay at the top of your game world? Does anyone really have a clue what the FML economy will look like down the road?
Joining me on this episode is a well-known member in the FML community:
Jak Swan – beta tester & writer of one of the top FMLive blogs on the web.
A run down on the topics & issues we cover on the show:
Game world progression – is FMLive a “rags to riches” game now?
The evolution of the new reputation system.
Is this results-oriented economy going to have teams break away too far?
Are too many utilizing strategies from the “old” FML that don’t apply anymore?
The effect of academies on the youth-oriented approach to success.
Existing gameworlds: will it be a race to exploit the new users?
Player pools & improving your initial squad gradually through cheap transfers.
A casual pace versus having more things to do for “hardcore” users.
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|Written By Jordan Cooper
A moderator on GW Fowler and a co-founder of Gameworld One.Com, he has hosted/produced the Get Sacked! podcast for nearly two years providing humor and strategical insight to all about the FM series.