Due to the Coronavirus that has struck the whole world, the video game industry is now overflowed by jaded people that have nothing to do but stay at home, seeking a reliable source of entertainment. For that particular reason, Sega, the publisher of Football Manager 2020, the game that reached a new milestone having the highest number of concurrent players ever, has decided to make Football Manager 2020 a free-to-play title for almost a week.
The developer has announced that starting today, all the way until 3 PM March 25th, the game will free to download on Steam, Valve’s Digital Reseller platform. That concludes almost a whole week of free game time and entertainment for the entire globe that’s been hardly struck by the Coronavirus.
Football Manager 2020 is now completely free to play on Steam until 3PM (GMT) on March 25th for PC/Mac #FM20
— Football Manager (@FootballManager) March 18, 2020
It is expected more video games to adopt a similar sort of promotion, in which they’ll allow the self-isolated people across the globe to fill their spare time. Multiple other companies, TV providers, and others are following the same trend to help people stay healthy in these dark times. Humanity never dies. Stay strong, world!