Tour De France 2020 Gets a New First Person Trailer

Tour De France 2020

Nacon has just shown the first person view trailer of Tour De France 2020, showcasing the experience of Tour De France like a pro cyclist. The first person camera perspective is something totally new in the official Tour De France game that will be available for PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4.

Take a look at the trailer below:

The new camera perspective brings the players closer than ever in experiencing what it is like to be a pro cyclist participating in the biggest cycling competition in the world. From breakaways, steep slones and high-speed springs, the experience will be more staggering than ever.

Tour De France 2020 is also coming to PC for the first time, where you will also have access to Pro Leader mode where you will have to create your own rider, choose the rider’s specialization, and improve their results over consecutive seasons. All this to become the leader of the Pro Cycling ranking.

Nacon has also announced that the PC players will also see the launch of Pro Cycling Manager 2020 as well.

The developers have also worked on multiple improvements and new features have been added to Tour de France 2020. Here are some of the key features:

  • Liège-Bastogne-Liège (“The Old Lady”), a 266km race of steep climbs
  • A redesigned interface that provides better anticipation of the course and position of competitors
  • A deeper time-trial where posture and sprint management are crucial for success
  • A more realistic AI that grabs any attack opportunity

Tour De France is set to release on both the Xbox One and PC on June 4. Although the game is being released for PC as well, a date has not been confirmed. Nacon does say that Tour De France will launch sometime later for PC.

What do you think of Tour De France 2020 and its first person view? Post your comments below.

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