Cyanide announces Cycling Manager
The Paris-based developer plans to release its cycling team management simulation this summer. Screenshots inside.
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French developer Cyanide has announced that it will release Cycling Manager this summer. In the game, players take charge of a team of 10-20 cyclists, and they can sign new racers, train the team, and choose which events the team will participate in. The game features more than 60 races, including all the major races, such as the World Cup races, Vuelta, Giro, and the Tour de France. The races are played in real time, and players control the energy and speed of the team's cyclists and choose when to attack and which racer to attack with. A multiplayer mode will let players compete head-to-head against other players online. For details about this cycling management simulation, take a look at the official Cyanide Web site.
We'll have more information about Cycling Manager as we get closer to the expected release in July.