The SGO Weekly breaks down news that may have gone unnoticed throughout the previous week. In addition to general news, this includes reveals, trailers, and announcements. Check out this week’s breakdown featuring details on AEW: Fight Forever, Tour de France 2023, and more!
SGO Weekly: AEW Fight Forever, & more!
Pro Cycling Manager 2023 & Tour de France 2023 available now
NACON and Cyanide Studio announced the release of their famous annual duo of cycling simulation games. Tour de France 2023 is now out on PC, PlayStation, and Xbox. Pro Cycling Manager 2023 is out on PC via Steam. As well as featuring this year’s route, players will be able to discover the new “Downhill of the Moment” game mode. This new mode goes with the “Race of the Moment” feature, enabling players to test themselves against other players in the worldwide online ranking. New Agility and “Medium Mountain” scores lead to unforeseen incidents and enrich the statistics to undermine the various strategies developed by the players. Finally, the enhanced collision simulation, trajectories, and increasingly realistic AI behavior improve gameplay, to meet the expectations of cycling fans.
Additionally, fans can get their hands on the recently released Pro Cycling Manager 2023. In Pro Cycling Manager 2023, players manage their team’s preparations through a training and task calendar management system. The official races have been updated to include all the 2023 ASO races including the Tour de France, Paris-Roubaix, or Paris-Nice. In order to make the game even closer to reality, its world rankings are now based on the real-life system (UCI points ranking). A national team application entry system for the World Championships has also been set up. In addition, the user interface has been improved for better gameplay and easier menu navigation.
AEW: Fight Forever showcases Tag Team wrestling with an all-new trailer
As we near launch time, AEW has released an all-new trailer for AEW: Fight Forever, this time showcasing the game’s deep tag team roster and focused gameplay. Fans can pick up AEW: Fight Forever this Summer come June 29. Fight Forever provides a taste of what it’s like in the ring as they take control of their favorite AEW stars. In addition, the game promises improved tag team controls over previous Yukes games.
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