Pro Cycling Manager 2012 (aka Tour de France 2012) has received its first official trailer, showing off the improved game engine that the development team at Cyanide is using and how close to the real world the faces and the equipment of the teams can be.
For the new game the team has also increased the draw distance for the game and has added more detail to the various landscapes that gamers can admire while their cyclists prepare their plan to snatch victory.
The only problem with the Pro Cycling Manager 2012 trailer is that it uses the same motion blur that the trailers for the previous installment used, an effect that gamers rarely choose to apply during their own games.
The new game delivers a new Pro division, with 81 new teams to choose from and hundreds more simulated riders.
PCM 2012 also includes a new multiplayer mode, with a persistent world and schedule and cards that allow gamers to create their own cycling dream teams.