A couple of cheat trainers have popped up for Cyanide Studios and Focus Home Interactive’s Pro Cycling Manager 2018. The game is getting absolutely railed in the user reviews like a Swede in a hostel ran by a grooming gang in London. While the gameplay and the features are abhorrent to plenty of gamers, there are some cheats to make the gameplay experience somewhat tolerable.
The first cheat trainer is available for free from over on the Mr. Antifun page.
The trainer for Pro Cycling Manager 2018 contains the following options:
The only condition for using the cheats from Mr. Antifun is that when you have the money cheat enabled be sure to check if you have infinite money and once you do you’ll want to disable it to avoid any kind of problems.
There’s also a second cheat trainer available from over on Cheat Happens.
The Cheat Happens trainer actually doesn’t have the same cheats as Mr. Antifun:
No infinite money cheat for whatever reason. It’s kind of odd given that the Cheat Happens trainer is a premium trainer.
This year’s outing has a couple of new features compared to Pro Cycling Manager 2017, such as advanced negotiation management in the career mode, along with all new in-depth transfer and recruitment mechanics. There’s a new level of customization added to the Pro Cyclist mode, and supposedly improved cycling mechanics during the actual race.
Fans, however, have not been so keen to heap praises on the game. Some have reported multiple crashes preventing them from playing. Others noted that they had issues creating a profile so they couldn’t actually engage in many of the modes. A few more noted that the main menu start-up crashing prevented them from actually playing the game in any capacity. Now keep in mind that it’s not all rag-tag and rubbish. A few hold out hope that with some updates and patches Cyanide can bring the game up to par so that Pro Cycling Manager 2018 is at least playable.
Of course, patches don’t discount one of the common negative sentiments expressed about the game, which is that it’s identical to Pro Cycling Manager 2017. One of the nicest things someone had to say was that if you don’t own Pro Cycling Manager 2017 give Pro Cycling Manager 2018 a try. You can check out all the user reviews over on the Steam store page.