It's back and this time it's better than ever, Pro Cycling Manager 2022 is coming soon!
This year's game will contain 260 races and 680 stages, including the 21 official stages of the 2022 Tour de France.
This offers plenty of opportunities to develop your skills and manage your way to the top.
Release Date and Time
The release date for Pro Cycling Manager 2022 is set for Thursday, 9 June.
Tour de France 2022 will also be released at the same time.
The game will land at approximately 3am ET / 8am BST on the day of release.
Nacon has already released a trailer for both of their upcoming cycling games, showcasing the incredible immersion that you can experience this year.
WATCH the official announcement trailer for Pro Cycling Manager 2022 below:
There are plenty of new features arriving this year, so check them out below:
- New Talent Scouting System - You can now choose the territory you wish to send your scouts to, and they will send you regular information to help you learn about the riders.
- New Generation of Cyclists - A new six-star rating system has been introduced as young cyclists can now emerge from 16 years old.
- Improved Interface - A new cyclist page has been added to give you a detailed overview of their skills, results, and statistics. This is added to a completely re-designed and ergonomic interface.
- Cyclist Development System - For more realism, all riders recruited must now be integrated into the team for optimal development of their talent.
- More Dynamic Opponents - The pelotons in Pro Cycling Manager 2022 have more varied behaviours, breaking with the familiar patterns of previous editions. Players can see their favourite riders take the lead from the start and watch multiple breakaways from the very first hour of the race.
- 70 Teams Available - Players can become the sports directors of top teams such as Team Jumbo-Visma, B&B Hotels-KTM and Groupama-FDJ.
- Stamina and Resistance Update - These scores now have a bigger effect on how effort is exerted during a race. This allows some riders to attack several times or manage their effort at the end of the race better.
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