The headline says it all really. Focus Home Interactive have reminded everyone that their lycra-clad athletes in Tour de France 2015 can be found on the retailer’s shelves, or downloaded digitally such is your preference, from today.
You can find out a little more about the game and it’s new features here.
How have they reminded everyone? Why, through the medium of a launch trailer of course.
And here it is. Remember, no cyclists crashed or needed ambulances during the making of this trailer.
I don’t know much about cycling management. It’s all about the athletic ability of the rider in my opinion. What’s to manage?
Focus Home Interactive and Cyanide Studios are out to put this attitude right by all accounts, with the release of le Tour de France 2015 coming this June. They are both gearing up for this release by showing us the console gameplay trailer.
The game will feature an upgraded in-race interface, a new more detailed level of immersion, a pro-team mode upgrade and an all-new challenge mode.
With the cycling season soon to be upon us, Focus Home Interactive and Cyanide Studios have announced the next phase of their cycling team management game, Tour De France 2015 will hit stores in June this year, for the Xbox One.
Become the Dave Brailsford of the digital world of cycling and direct one of the 90 teams of professional cyclists, competing in the 2015 season. The game will feature 550 stages over 300 competitions, including the prestigious Tour de France 2015, along it’s official route.
Run through the whole process of team recruitment, finances, sponsor and rider contracts, training regimes and the ever-important race calendar. Plan everything meticulously and you’ll have the most successful team, every decision is crucial. There will be online competitions as well as the solo game mode.
ProCyclist is a new game mode that lets you create and control one cyclist from the start of his career and turn him into the next Bradley Wiggins. AI and career mode have been improved on the previous release too.
To fix that announcement firmly to your handlebars, Focus and Cyanide have released some screenshots to celebrate.
Without further ado, here are a lot of digital shots of men in lycra shorts.
What do you think, do you have a hankering to manage a Pro cycling team?