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This is our 2018 Scope Faces Megapack for Football Manager Mobile 2018.  A huge thanks to FM Scout for creating this great facepack style. Give them a visit and pass on your thanks!

Pack Contents

Our pack contains over 29,000 player and staff images. If you find a missing, bugged, or incorrect face, please let us know in the comments below, and we'll work to get it sorted for you if at all possible.

How to Download?

This pack is around 1.4GB compressed, and as such is expensive for us to host the file and allow anyone to download it for free. Instead, all our files are available via Torrents.

Torrents are fantastic for downloading large files - the file is split into smaller sections and downloaded to your device individually and then pieced back together, all without you having to worry about anything. This means that everything is distributed, and in the right conditions your download speeds could even be quicker! We have a system in place to ensure that all our files will be available through the Torrents at all times.

If you're not familiar with Torrents, you'll need a special application to download them. We can recommend qBitTorrent or Deluge on Windows; Transmission on Mac OS or Linux; or Flud on Android. iOS devices cannot directly download Torrent files, so you'll need to use your computer for this.

Premium Member?

Our Premium Members can download our files from our high-speed download servers without having to worry about Torrents at all. Simply click the big green button and follow the instructions below to install the faces on your device.

How to Install?

iOS Devices: Extract the files using your file manager, or a program like 7Zip. To copy the files to your device, you have to use iTunes. Select your device in the left-hand sidebar, then "File Sharing", choose FMM18, and then add the contents of the extracted folder into Documents/pictures/players - you may need to create this directory. 

Android Devices: If you downloaded on your computer, extract the files using your file manager, or a program like 7Zip. To copy the files to your device, use an application like AirDroid or connect your device via USB, and copy the folder structure into the Documents/Sports Interactive/Football Manager Mobile 2018/normal/graphics/faces directory. You might need to create this directory.

If you downloaded on your Android device directly, then when you extract it on-device, make sure you select the above folder as the extraction location.

You may need to reboot your device for the images to take effect.

Please note, there is over 29,000 files that have to be copied. Depending on the age of your device, this is likely going to take a while, and you may not see anything happening. Let it run in the background for a while if this seems to happen to you, and you'll eventually get the result you want.

Help?!

  • Q: In previous years I had to download different packs depending on my screen size. Do I not have to do that anymore?
    A: No. Sports Interactive have consolidated the graphics system this year, so it's one pack for every device!
     
  • Q: I'm getting file extraction errors. What can I do?
    A: On Windows, Mac OS or Linux your default file manager will be able to extract these files without any trouble. However, some Android file managers and devices may struggle with the size of the files. We recommend using Androzip to extract these files if you're unsure.

If in doubt, please post in the comments below. We'll be glad to help.




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It will be marginally quicker than the other pack by the fact this has less images. But I wouldn't expect miracles. :)

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Really dumb question here.

On Android:

The zip file contains a folder, which contains all of the images. Should the images themselves be in the "faces" directory, or the folder containing the images?

Thanks!

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The images themselves. Sorry, I'll try to make that clearer. :)

I recommend copying the directory, and then renaming it using an on-device file manager. 

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