Tour de France 2020 is coming to the PC later this year, will feature a first-person camera

NACON and Cyanide have announced that Tour de France will be coming to the PC for the first time ever. Additionally, Tour de France 2020 will feature a new first-person camera. Thus, the publisher has released a new gameplay trailer, showcasing this new first-person camera.

With this new camera perspective, the game aims to bring players close to the experience of becoming a real pro cyclist. Breakaways, steep slopes and high-speed sprints will be more staggering than ever this year.

Also, for the first time, the Tour de France official game will be available on PC. Players will be able to dive into the Pro Leader mode where they’ll have to create their rider. They can also choose their specialization, and improve their results over consecutive seasons to ultimately become the leader of the Pro Cycling ranking. Tour de France 2020 will be available on PC alongside the top cycling management game Pro Cycling Manager 2020.

Here are the new features that Tour de France 2020 will feature:

  • Liège-Bastogne-Liège (“The Old Lady”), a 266km race of steep climbs
  • A redesigned interface that provides better anticipation of the course and position of competitors
  • A deeper time-trial where posture and sprint management are crucial for success
  • A more realistic AI that grabs any attack opportunity


Tour de France 2020 | First Person View Trailer

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