12:27 PM - May 4, 2011 by RedZoneD25
The producers over at Focus Home Interactive have unveiled the next edition of the popular series, Pro Cycling Manager: Tour de France 2011, which is set to release TBD Summer 2011.
Here is the official Press Release from Focus Home Interactive on their newest game-
Pro Cycling Manager: Tour de France 2011, the latest edition of the popular sports game series, was revealed today by producer Focus Home Interactive. Below you?ll find the very first screenshots of the game, just in time for the 2011 cycling season!
These three exclusive screenshots show off some of the top features, like the improved 3D engine that powers these realistic races. New cyclist models of various shapes have been designed, reflecting the real-life stature and riding style of each competitor. The environments boast more varied scenery, landscapes, and tracks than ever before.
While looks are important, the real meat of the game is still the management aspect, which is now more detailed than ever. The user interface has been streamlined for easier reading, while still offering more precise interactions with the team?s cyclists and sponsors. Sponsorship management is richer and more in-depth, and each cyclist?s performance during a competition will directly impact their salaries and sponsors' offers. To keep things interesting, the updated AI presents fierce completion with plausible, unpredictable behavior in the pack, during breakaways, in sprints, and other highlights of the race.
The fan-favorite level-editor is back, letting creative players design their dream race! It has been updated with a broad range of new scenery objects and new effects to create new races with an even higher level of detail!
With a wide range of new features, tweaks and upgrades, the game still stays faithful to the spirit of the series. Pro Cycling Manager: Tour de France 2011 is sure to please cycling and sports management fans when it arrives on PC this summer!
To view the first screenshots and boxart, check out the OS Screens page.