PCM.daily’s 2012 DB V1 ute!

PCM.daily.com slapp i helgen V1 av deres 2012 db. Databasen inneholder flere varianter til de største ritt, flere ritt(deriblandt Glava Tour of Norway), kulere utstyr og fikser de rapporterte bugene fra Public Beta som ble gitt ut i slutten av Januar. Spørsmål om databasen kan stilles her, eller evt. her.


2012 DB:

– 83 teams. Rosters have been updated to 2012. Of these 83 teams, 54 have 2012 graphics (shirts, transferts, logos)
– 3175 riders – 1677 of them are free agents, including riders who are coming back from doping suspensions in 2012
– Updated stats
– 2012 photos for 50 teams
– Rider statistics/palmares updated to 2011
– National champions updated to 2011
– 16 new races and lots of profile updates for existing races (fewer duplicates)
– 2012 race routes for 27 races, including the Tour de France, Giro d’Italia, the World Championship, Ronde van Vlaanderen, Gent-Wevelgem and the Tour Down Under
– Several new variants (now 10 different World Championship routes, 8 different Tour de France routes and 6 different Vuelta routes)
– A few new future sponsors, Hong Kong added as scoutable country and other minor changes
– Equipment section has been redone and contains lots of 2012 equipment. As a plus, it’s easily updateable, meaning that new 2012 equipment can be added to any career as it’s released without requiring a restart of the career


The original feature list of the Expansion Pack (2011 DB):

Teams and riders
– 80 teams (full list here)
– 3132 riders
– 1653 free agents
– Photos for 95 % of the riders – many of these are 2011 photos
– 2010 Champions (2011 Champions version to be released later)
– PCM.daily stats – completely revised stats (compared to the Cyanide DB)
– 104 track riders with realistic stats

– ~100 % of the stages are made especially for PCM11 (no AI issues)
– 25 new races, including the new World Tour-race Tour of Beijing and several new national championships (full list here)
– Lots of new stages with real profiles/terrain
– Changing routes for the major races:
– 5 new Tour de France routes
– 2 new Vuelta a Espana routes
– 5 new Giro d’Italia routes
– 2 new Paris-Nice routes
– 4 new Tirreno-Adriatico routes
– 3 new Tour de Suisse routes
– 2 new Criterium du Dauphine routes
– 1 new Vuelta al Pais Vasco route
– 2 new Tour de Pologne route
– 1 new Tour de Romandie route
– 1 new Tour Down Under route
– 1 new Volta a Catalunya route
– 6 new routes for the World ITT Championship
– 7 new routes for the World RR Championship
– … and “random” variants for National Championships in some countries

– 59 frames
– 92 wheels
– 97 helmets

– Updated race logos
– New sponsorkit, replacing the standard Cyanide banners with real logos
– Yellow Mavic car, replacing the standard Cyanide car
– New race category icons
– New country flags
– “Cyanide News” replaced with “L’Equipe”

Other features
– More realistic names for generated young riders
– A few more scouting zones and more realism in terms of which countries that produce the best riders
– Realistic staff names (and more staff in general)
– More than 100 real journalists
– The Cya Top Tour renamed to UCI World Tour
– The Superprestige Ranking renamed to CQ Ranking
– Cyanide Trophy has been renamed to Velo d’Or
– 242 real-name sponsors with correct shirts, logos and mini-shirts


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