Typically, when the world of cycling collides with computer gaming, we’re talking about the upsurging discipline of indoor cycling, with turbo trainers, Zwift and the likes, but not today. Today’s announcement comes from the more mainstream world of computer gaming, where you’d typically find people talking about Minecraft or League of Legends.
While probably not able to boast the same participant levels as the aforementioned duo, two of road cycling’s biggest PC games are getting a refresh, and the result is that today sees the launch of Pro Cycling Manager 2022 and Tour de France 2022.
Both titles are owned and produced by Nacon Gaming, a gaming company from the North of France, and their annual launch is timed to coincide with the Tour de France . Pro Cycling Manager 2022
Pro Cycling Manager was originally launched in 2001 under the shortened name of Cycling Manager. It took on the ‘Pro’ label in 2005, and has been an annual launch ever since.
The main premise of the game is to transport you, the player, into the role of a directeur sportif of a professional cycling team, with the aim of growing your team to the top of the sport by managing recruitment, sponsors, training, talent-spotting, race strategy and more. However, the game’s alternative Pro Cyclist mode allows you to become a single rider with the aim of winning races and building a career.
There are a host of updates for the 2022 game, which include a new talent scouting system in which your […]