Pro Cycling Manager/Tour de France 2012 , the definitive cycling simulation series and best seller every summer in Europe, today unveiled 6 new screenshots, along with its official website where the game is presented in depth. Now’s the best time to discover the all the new features in the 2012 sequel, developed by Cyanide.
The variety of new features in Pro Cycling Manager 2012 will please both new players and hard-core fans of the famous series. More complete than ever with the arrival of a new Pro division, new teams (a total of 81) and new competitions, Pro Cycling Manager deepens its management options thanks to the new and eagerly awaited Season Planner, which allows players to train their team for the upcoming season. The Tour de France is the pinnacle of the 2012 season, which now offers more than 180 playable competitions!
Never before has cycling been this faithfully rendered. The game benefits from incredibly detailed rider models, as well as new scenery, race elements and environments. The refined AI opponents react and adopt realistic strategies within each stage and throughout the competition.
Exciting in solo, Pro Cycling Manager 2012 now offers a unique multiplayer system for the very first time! Players will challenge each other in a persistent universe with a competition schedule, where every victory counts. With the new card system, players will now be able to create their own personal dream-team, including modern day champions as well as legendary riders of cycling history.
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