When Tour de France 2020 releases, it will do so on PC, marking a first time for the series. The game’s publisher has also changed its name, from BigBen to Nacon, marking another (albeit minor) difference.
Today, Nacon released a new trailer for the game based on the most popular bicycle race in the world, and it’s a rather unique one. Instead of using a third-person camera to show the action, this particular video highlights the first-person camera, and features footage from the rider’s point-of-view.
Multiple improvements and new features have been added to Tour de France 2020, including:
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
Although we mentioned a first-time PC release, please note that it won’t come out at the same time as the two console (PS4 and Xbox One) versions. Those will launch on June 4th, whereas the mouse and keyboard iteration does not have a release date yet.