Football Manager 2023 will be affected by the tragedy that occurred in Turkey and Syria but the relief fund should benefit from some of the changes.
Sports Interactive voiced their thoughts about the tragedy that has befallen Turkey due to the highly intense earthquakes and noted that some of the effects will be felt in Football Manager 2023 .
First, the in-game advertising hoardings will be donated to the Disaster Emergencies Committee, the folks who are organising fundraisers for 15 aid charities in UK.
You might be asking which adverts the post is talking about but you will find out the next time you boot up FM 2023.
Additionally, the players and staff members who are no longer with us as a result of the tragedy will be removed from the game as a means of respecting their families.
As for the leagues from the countries affected by the earthquakes, they will continue and matches will not be suspended the way they are in real life.
Overall it sounds like the decent thing to do from Sports Interactive's side but let's hope the aforementioned ads are here only temporary and the tragedy is not just used as a means of opening the gates to something the players will dislike in the long run.
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