How to Fix Real Name in Football Manager 2022

How to Fix Real Name in Football Manager 2022

While Football Manager (FM) 2022 provides an exciting and realistic sports management experience, issues such as the real name can be disappointing. This is due to the fact that FM lacks some of EA’s and Konami’s licensing prowess.

As a result, team and league names are frequently changed. This may cause some people to have a negative reaction to the game. If you’re one of these players looking for a way to improve your game experience, you’ve come to the right place. We’ll show you how to fix the real name issue in FM 22 in this guide.

How to Fix Real Name in Football Manager 2022

How to Fix Real Name in Football Manager?

To fix the real name issue in Football Manager (FM) 2022, make sure the game is closed first. Once you’ve done that, go to FM Scout and download the Real Name and Licenses Fix folder.

After you’ve downloaded the folder, navigate to the Football Manager files on your computer. To get started, go to the Data folder, then Database, then db, and finally 2201.

You must navigate to the dbc folder within this folder, then to Permanent.

After that, remove any folders with illegitimate names. In FM 2022, Juventus FC, for example, is known as Zebre. This process will have to be repeated for several clubs and national teams.

Once you’ve done that, navigate to the /2201/ folder. From here, go to Inc, and then All. All of the files in this folder must be deleted. After that, extract the FM Scout folder that you downloaded earlier in this guide. Copy and paste the FM22 Club Names and FM22 Fix folders into the All folder.

After following these steps you will easily be able to add real names in Football Manager 2022. We hope this guide helped you.

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