THE GAME'S CAREER MODE IS ALSO ADDING A TWO PLAYER OPTION
A Electronic Arts announced the F1 2021, which will feature a new story mode when it launches for consoles and PC this summer.
The first release of Codemasters since it was acquired by EA it will be available for PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X/S, and PC via Steam starting July 16, 2021.
The new 'Brake Point' story mode will allow players to experience the racing lifestyle on and off the track as they try to climb the ranks, from Formula 2 to the chance to achieve Formula 1 glory.
The game's career mode is also adding a two-player option, allowing users to play with friends either cooperatively or competitively, with each player having full control over assists.
And F1 2021's 'Real-Season Start' feature will allow players to jump into the current real-life season using live leaderboards and drive the remaining races.Read also
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The PS5 and Xbox Series X/S versions of the game promise a "visual boost and faster load times", and the title will support both Xbox Smart Delivery and PlayStation's free upgrade scheme.
EA said returning features include My Team, two-player split-screen, shorter seasons, accessible options and F2, while scalable assist options, driver stats and multiplayer are being expanded and refined.
Customers who pre-order the game will receive the Braking Point Content Pack, featuring exclusive in-game items inspired by the stars of the new story mode and 5.000 PitCoins.
A digital Deluxe edition of the game will include seven classic F1 drivers for My Team, three-day early access, additional customization content, 18.000 PitCoins and the Braking Point content pack.
Free post-launch content will include the new Portimão, Imola and Jeddah circuits.
EA officially completed the acquisition of Codemasters in February. Discussing the strategic foundation of the deal prior to its completion, EA said the move would create "a global leader in racing entertainment" and allow it to "launch new racing experiences annually".