Studio director Miles Jacobson told Digital Spy that the game's 'Challenge' mode will be expanded to begin with, with fan feedback being taken on board.
"We've got four challenges there in the box and one lined up to come out as DLC. Then we're going to wait and see how they go. If people end up buying them, then we'll release more of them," he said.
"If people want the content, then we'll give them the content, and if they don't we'll go off and give them something else instead."
When asked whether the additional content will be premium DLC, Jacobson revealed that new 'Challenges' will be priced at around 99p each.
"It would be paid-for DLC. I think we're looking at 99p for each 'Challenge'," he said. "They take a long time to do and then you've got the replay value of them as well. So I don't particularly call that premium."
Football Manager 2013 is available now for PC and Mac.
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