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F1 2021
F1 2021

Genre: Racing Players: 1 to 2 (2 to 20 Online)
Developer: Codemasters
Publisher: Electronic Arts Classification: G
Release Date:
17th July 2021
Tuesday, 13 July 2021
Post by KostaAndreadis @ 01:11am 13/07/21 | 0 Comments
Well, that is those that want to go fast. Like, real fast. Faster than that little blue hedgehog ever could. And faster than the wind flying through where Vin Diesel's hair used to be. Anyway, the latest installment in Codemaster's (an now EA's) F1 racing games is here. And yeah, F1 2021 is great.

As the latest installment in what is now an annual series from Codemasters, F1 2021 brings a lot of new stuff to the table. There’s the character driven cinematic story that presents a tale of a rookie and veteran driver butting heads on a middling F1 team. An expanded career mode where you create a brand-new F1 team and manage everything from salaries through to what aerodynamic research to invest in, and picking out the right glove pattern for your drivers.

There’s custom a Grand Prix to create, weekly challenges to tackle, esports stuff, multiplayer, co-op career modes, split-screen, that racing staple we call the time trial. There’s a lot to be sure, and underneath all of that the racing has improved too. Like a group of engineers working hard to shave a millisecond or two here and there off of a theoretical lap time, Codemasters continues to refine and improve what is at its core one of the most accessible straight-up sim racers out there.

Our Full F1 2021 Review