Pro Cycling Manager 2021 update 2 patch notes (June 29, 2021) released for PC (Steam) players. According to the official Pro Cycling Manager 2021 patch notes, the latest update added new equipment (frame, wheels, helmet) of three teams: EF-Nippo, Israel Start-up Nation, and Trek-Segafredo.
Unfortunately, many players were experiencing a number of issues when trying to play. Today’s Pro Cycling Manager 2021 patch 2 will address a few of these issues.
Read full details below.
Addition of official equipment (frame, wheels, helmet) of three teams: EF-Nippo, Israel Start-up Nation, and Trek-Segafredo.
Improvements to time-trials in 3D races: improvements to gameplay, effects of TTR/PRL more noticeable and adjustments for realism of short races (see details here).
Correction of World/European Championships bug that did not take place in Pro Cyclist mode.
Correction of a bug in Career mode that, under certain conditions, could generate a simulation of the European Championships instead of launching the 3D race.
Improvements to the management of rider fitness, with better AI for the calculation of breaks.
Numerous improvements to AI in the management of race schedules.