The Codemasters have revealed the release date of F1 2018. The latter available via Steam digital downloads or via physical DVD copy.
F1 2018 will be the most recent entry in the franchise, after F1 2017 came out back in August of 2017, so at least the pattern is still holding steady in the game's release date. Much like Gran Turismo, a new emphasis on eSports could allow for more vehicle personalisation, player ratings and competitive matchmaking. We'd rather not comment. Thanks to new downforce and grip-inducing rules, players were able to experience the performance increases of the 2017 cars - but also compare them to different eras of F1 regulations as well.
That does make my job much easier and as I can cut and paste huge swathes of text in, but it's not all that exciting for you to read as it's full of buzzwords like immerse, enhance, and engage. Unfortunately, there are no screenshots or trailers to mark the announcement, but Paul Jean, the F1 Franchise Director at Codemasters, added that more classic cars will be added to this year's iteration of the game, along with more "great enhancements" that will be announced before the game releases. The game is the next edition of the studio's F1 racing franchise.
Apart from that, we don't know much about the new F1 2018 game, but we'll update this article when we know more.
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