It’s always a risk of going under the radar to release during E3 week, but two sport games are ignoring this and are due to arrive in stores within the next week. Are these two Xbox One offerings able to pique your interest?

Le Tour de France 2017 – 15th June – Xbox One

Le Tour de France 2017 looks set to enable gamers to experience the passion of Le Tour de France event as you race on the gorgeous roads of La Grande Boucle, forming strategic plans to reign supreme.  Play as the greatest riders from the 22 official teams included, challenging for the yellow jersey from Düsseldorf through to Belgium, Luxembourg, and ultimately culminating on the Champs-Elysées in Paris. As well as featuring the Tour itself, there’s also a Challenge mode to, a local co-op and versus mode, plus the opportunity to build a dream team in Pro Team mode.

Where can I buy it? Amazon for £39.99

MotoGP 17 – 15th June – Xbox One

The yearly, adrenaline fuelled, iteration of the MotoGP series will include all the teams, riders and tracks from the 2017 season, as well as enforcing the brand new rules and featuring the Red Bull Rookies Cup championship. For the first time ever, players can try their hand at managing a team in the Managerial Career, making important decisions in regards to sponsors, bikes, riders and all the departments behind the scenes. It’s your call whether you aim for the World Championship on the bike, or in charge of the bikes!

Where can I buy it? Amazon for £39.99

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