Trying to explain Formula One in layman’s terms can be somewhat difficult. The sport has become rather complicated over the years. Gone are the days where you hopped in your… Read More »
With only 22 days remaining until F1 2017’s launch, Codemasters is full swing ahead. The new gameplay trailer shows off the game’s “massively expanded” career mode. As revealed last month, the… Read More »
Making an annual sports game can be difficult. How do you keep players coming back when they already have an idea what to expect? With F1 2017, developer Codemasters has… Read More »
Codemasters has revealed the latest batch of classic open-wheelers coming to F1 2017. All four hail from the McLaren team, and complete the 12-strong lineup of older models in the game.… Read More »
F1 2017 is shaping up to be the biggest leap for the Codemasters series yet. Whether it be the return of classic machines from the sport’s past or an equal… Read More »
With the British Grand Prix just days away, Codemasters has released the latest F1 2017 video. The clip shows Red Bull’s Max Verstappen lapping the shorter “International” layout of Silverstone.… Read More »
Codemasters continues to reveal the classic machines included in F1 2017 with over one month remaining on the clock. The ninth addition to the classic roster flashes back to the winning ways… Read More »
Codemasters is full speed ahead for F1 2017. If you haven’t heard already, this year’s entry will see the return of classic F1 machines. Last seen four years ago, the returning feature… Read More »
June has been a busy month for the team at Codemasters. DiRT 4 was released into the public’s hands, Micro Machines: World Tour is due to launch next week and… Read More »
With the Canadian Grand Prix wrapping up just last weekend, E3 was the prime opportunity for Codemasters to show off its latest rendition of the sport. F1 2017 creative director Lee Mather… Read More »
Codemasters continues to reveal the classic machines included in F1 2017 ahead of its release later this August. Officially announced last month, this year’s F1 game promises to be a significant… Read More »
The 2010 championship-winning Red Bull racer joins the classic lineup in F1 2017.
MP4/4, FW14B, F2002 — the next iteration of Codemasters’ F1 franchise is bringing back the classics in a big way.
After a successful round last year, Codemasters is opening beta testing on its F1 series even earlier in 2017.