Hosted by Sports Interactive's Miles Jacobson, the first video blog explains the ways in which players can interact with staff, players and other managers.
The second video focuses on international management, in particular, how decisions affect certain players and the media scrutiny a manager faces.
The final video looks at the media's role in transfer deadline day and how press involvement can make the day more interesting.
Last month it was announced that Football Manager 2013 will include more than 900 new or improved features.
It will launch with two new modes, 'Football Manager Classic' and 'Challenge'.
'Football Manager Classic' is a simplified take on the core game, removing various advanced features and speeding up matches. It allows players to complete a season in less than ten hours.
Meanwhile, 'Challenge' mode - first seen in Football Manager Handheld 2012 for mobile devices - gives the player a short-term objective - for example, to avoid relegation with a team severely hampered by injuries or to maintain a side's unbeaten run until the end of the season.
Other enhancements include an improved 3D match engine, deeper media interactions, the addition of directors of football and a revamped loan system.
Football Manager 2013 will be available globally on November 2.
Fans who pre-order the game from participating retailers or pre-purchase the title as a digital download will have access to a beta version two weeks prior to launch.
Watch one of the previous Football Manager 2013 video blogs below: