‘F1 2021’ is coming to PlayStation, Xbox and PC with story mode called Braking Point on July 16th



EA has reported the first game from Codemasters since it purchased the racing specialist recently. F1 2021 is coming to PlayStation 4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S and Steam on July 16th.

The latest edition of the series, which is EA’s first F1 game since 2003’s F1 Career Challenge, includes an expanded career mode with two-player options. You’ll have the option to team up with a friend or race against one another on the online, however EA hasn’t yet affirmed if F1 2021 will have cross-play support. Another fresh component of career mode is genuine season start, which permits you to jump into the activity anytime of the real F1 season with genuine driver and constructor standings.

F1 2021 likewise presents a story mode called Braking Point. Codemasters said in a press release the mode has been “years in the making.” You’ll begin in Formula 2 and attempt to make it to big time. Braking Point “immerses players into the glamorous world of F1, giving a taste of the lifestyle both on and off the track: the rivalries, emotion and dedication needed to compete at the highest level,” according to EA.

You’ll get three new circuits free of charge as a feature of Codemasters’ post-launch roadmap. A few angles from past games will return, including My Team (which lets you run your own F1 team), two-player splitscreen, esports features and shorter season options. The PS5 and Xbox Series X/S adaptations will offer improved visuals and zippier load times, with free updates from the PS4 and Xbox One editions.

EA shut its $1.2 billion takeover of Codemasters in February in the wake of outbidding Take-Two Interactive, be that as it may, obviously, F1 2021 was being developed some time before at that point. EA intends to deliver in any event one hustling game each year going ahead, as it presently possesses the Dirt, Grid and Project Cars franchises on top of Need for Speed and Burnout.

Hustling fans may need to manage with F1 2021 this year, be that as it may. EA postponed the following Need for Speed game by a year to zero in on the next Battlefield.

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