Focus Home Interactive and Cyanide Studios’ Pro Cycling Manager 2017 may have rolled out just after the festive annual event in the electronic entertainment industry known as E3, but that hasn’t stopped it from gaining the attention of loyalists who enjoy managing cyclists who ride around some of the toughest tracks the world has to offer. For gamers who just can’t tough it out and need the digital equivalent of performance enhancing drugs in order to imitate some wins and pick up some victories like Lance Armstrong, a cheat trainer is available.
You can download the trainer right now from over on the Mr. Antifun forum page.
The trainer will give you access to six different cheats.
- Infinite Money
- Low Heart Beat
- Infinite Water
- Infinite Stamina
- Infinite Resistance
- Infinite Sprint
There’s only one caveat for the cheats and it’s that you should disable the money cheat right after you get done using it and you get infinite money. It sounds like it’s a little unwise to keep it active any longer than you need to.
The cheats will basically turn you into the digital equivalent of all those ped-popping cyclists who have been cheating their way to victory. Except in this case if you get busted using the cheats online you’ll only be VAC banned, and don’t have to worry about confessing to Oprah in front of the world.
The game itself centers around managing riders where you can play in single-player or online with up to 15 other players. You have a progression system, the ability to upgrade your characters, form clans and guilds, and even help protect your star cyclist, even if you’re cheating through every stage of the race across 200 different races, including the iconic Tour de France.
The game currently has a mixed rating on Steam due to issues with saving the game, wonky controls, and less intuitive menu navigation.
Anyway, Pro Cycling Manager 2017 is available for home consoles and PC for $39.99.
And unlike Lance Armstrong… always cheat responsibly!
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