Pro Cycling Manager - Tour de France 2018
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Publisher: Focus Home Interactive
Genres: Simulation, Sports
Step into the shoes of sports manager and lead your pro cycling team through a challenge-packed 2018 season. Compete in over 200 races across 500 stages around the world, including famous Tours such as La Vuelta and the iconic Tour de France.
It’s up to you to make all decisions for your team: hiring the best cyclists and staff, contract negotiations, sponsoring, race scheduling, training… During the race, choose the finest tactics to lead your riders to victory. Play solo or online multiplayer in leagues or clans with up to 16 players and prove to everyone who is the best pro cycling manager!
Advanced contract and negotiation management in Career mode with in-depth transfer and recruitment mechanics.
Deeper progression system in Pro Cyclist mode, with more possibilities than ever to personalize and build your cyclist.
Enhanced in-race immersion with many improvements, including bigger breakaways and more realistic and aggressive AI during sprints.
Tour de France / Pro Cycling Manager 2018 - Launch Trailer
The Tour de France is one of the most important cycling events in the world, but the game developed by Cyanide Studio and presented by Focus Home Interactive is not up to par. Unfortunately, the few good things are buried by the bad guys. We believe that the French team still has to deal with its own career to achieve excellence.
Review in Spanish | Read full review
Even if it can feel like an update of the previous edition with very few new things, Pro Cycling Manager 2018 brings more smoothness to the entire gameplay and some efficient new features that can easily let us be absorbed in its ProCyclist Mode. [Olivier Cortinovis separately reviewed the PC (8) and PS4/XB1 (6) versions. Their scores have been averaged.]
Review in French | Read full review
When you're doing the same and cruising downhill through the beautiful countryside or fighting and clawing to get your wheels in front at the top of a grueling climb, Le Tour De France 2018 is enjoyable stuff. But outside of those times, it's yet another buggy and undercooked update for a title that had fallen off the pace a few iterations ago.