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First Touch Soccer Developers Working on Free-To-Play Follow-Up: Dream League Soccer

By James Nouch, on December 7, 2011

The developers of First Touch Soccer, now a fully independent studio called First Touch Games, have announced that they're hard at work on a football follow-up: Dream League Soccer.

Based on an updated version of the engine found in the 5/5 First Touch Soccer, this new game is a free-to-play title, which will allow footy fans to build their own team to compete against some of the world's top clubs.

First Touch Games's director, Charles Chapman, promises this about the new game:

Improved visuals, gameplay, and loads more. Dream League Soccer as a free to play game is a new direction for us, and something we're excited about. It's not a demo, or a cut down version of another game, it's all in there.

Dream League Soccer has already been submitted to the App Store for approval, meaning that it should be available to download soon.


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