F1 22 will be released on July 1st for PlayStation 4 and 5, Xbox One and Series X/S and PC.
Publisher EA has promised that the new game will bring the biggest shock in over a decade, with new features including VR support on PC through the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive.
F1 22 will also feature “expanded gameplay options” including sprint races, new customization options to change formation laps, safety car periods and pit stops, and adaptive AI to match the player’s skill level.
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In an immersive, customizable hub world called F1 Life, players can show off and admire their collection of supercars, apparel and accessories they earn throughout the game.
Tracks have also been updated to match the 2022 season, including updates for Abu Dhabi, Australia and Spain, and the addition of the inaugural Miami Grand Prix.
“Alongside the real-world changes, we’ve updated the physics to match the new aero rules and revised the tire model to make the handling more lifelike,” said Lee Mather, creative director at developer Codemasters.
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“With new and updated racetracks, adaptive AI, F1 Life and expanded gameplay options, there has never been a better time for players to take their places and live the life of an F1 driver.”
Key modes from previous games also return, including My Team, 10 Year Career, and Multiplayer.
July isn’t too far away, but if you need to get behind the wheel now, then check out our F1 2021 review, which cites Codemasters’ current iteration of the F1 series as “the best looking and most customizable part yet.” of the series” is praised “.
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