As some of you probably noticed, PCM.daily revealed most of the major new features of the upcoming Pro Cycling Manager 2012 earlier this month.
Luckily, we didn't reveal everything - there's still a few tid-bits to enjoy while we're waiting for the game release in June
This time, Cycling Manager Italia has published an interview with the project manager of the game, Clément Pinget, and while we did already know most of what's said in the interview, there is, as I said, a few new details to report.
First of all, it appears the variants system will get an overhaul. The change means that you will be able to play variants in single race mode. It also means that you can add new variants at any time during a career - no database editing required.
The PCM.daily interview did mention changes to the gameplay, especially during mountain stages. The main theme, though, seems to be variety: Simply said, there's going to be lots of new possible scenarios during stages.
A minor detail is that Cyanide has reacted to the Contador situation - it's now possible to make rides unavailable for a certain period of time
What else? No changes to track (as we already knew), no changes to collissions system, no new animations, no Be a Pro-mode - although Cyanide did take "minor additions" from the console game.
More details to come? Yes, Clément Pinget reveals that PCM12 will feature one new game mode. He won't reveal what it's about yet, though.