The latest version of Football Manager 2021 is now available for download from the official website and is known as Football Manager Vista. This upgrade packs the same great content of the original with all the new additions and improvements that the later game had, but it also comes fully equipped to run on the newer operating systems, namely: Windows and Macintosh. This means that if you have a computer with an Intel based processor, and a Windows based operating system, Football Manager will run flawlessly on your machine.
If you are using a Macintosh computer then you might want to think twice about purchasing the upgrade, as the latest update does not work properly on this platform. This is because Microsoft has not released an official update for the older versions of Microsoft Windows, and instead it uses the Microsoft Windows XP Service Pack 2 as the operating system. Unfortunately, even though Microsoft has issued an official update for the older windows versions of Football Manager, it seems that they have not got round to making a release for the MAC, so I have no idea what to do now. The best advice I can give you is to try the free download available from the official site, which should work perfectly fine on a MAC.
In addition to downloading Football Manager Vista for your current PC or laptop, you can also obtain a free trial, which allows you to see whether the game is compatible with your system before you make any purchase. The trial version is available for either Windows or MAC and was developed by the same company who developed the previous version of the game, which worked well on both systems. With the latest update, this game runs flawlessly on both versions of Windows, meaning that you do not need to spend hundreds of dollars on buying a new computer in order to play Football Manager. Although many people may feel that a free trial is not a big deal, paying money to be able to try a new game before committing to a purchase is a huge risk. You never know when a company might decide to reverse their decision and release a different version of their software on the same day - it often happens with games that are in Early Access, where developers have only tested the game in a demo version, and not in a full version that will be made available to everyone.