Rounding off the Gameloft news today, which there seems to be plenty of, Real Soccer 2013 has been released onto the Android population. This is Gameloft's newest addition to the Real Soccer franchise, sporting a variety of improvements over its older brethren. The biggest improvement seems to be with the new management system that let's you build up a club from the ground floor into a world champion.
Other improvements fall into the graphics and game controls categories. There are some other new features that come with this new addition to the Real Soccer series such as being able to see personal names and portraits of over 3,000 top players thanks to the official FIFPro license Gameloft now has. This also means as players get transferred from their actual teams, the game will be updated to reflect those roster changes.
You'll be able to train your players to improve both their tactical and technical skills. Also, players can earn more money and attract fans by expanding your stadium, filling it with shops and signing big-name sponsors, something that has been in the Real Soccer series since it's last installment.
For those Soccer fans out there, you can grab Real Soccer 2013 off of the Google Play store for free. Once again, enjoy the picture above of Falcao screaming as well or check out the official trailer below.
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