If you weren’t sure whether F1 2020 was for you, now is the ideal time to find out. For PlayStation 4 and Xbox One owners there’s a new free trial version of the game to give you a taste of the action.
There’s another chance for players to qualify for the 2021 F1 Esports Challenger Series this month, with the second of F1 2020’s official events. Just like October’s event, you’ll be recreating — and hopefully improving upon — some F1 history in your bid to get into the 2021 event.
There’s a new update now available for F1 2020, and it brings along an interesting additional offering. It’s a DLC pack that goes by the name of “Keep Fighting Foundation DLC”, and it’s all in aid of charity.
In June we announced a new initiative here at GTPlanet: the GTPlanet Guides. The Guides section of the site is resource we’ll be building up over the coming weeks and months, into a comprehensive library of about the biggest topics we cover.
This year’s real world motorsports calendar has, so far, been rubbish. Right now we should be half way through the 2020 season but, following the last-minute cancellation of the Australian event in March and almost every event since either going in the bin or into a perpetual holding pattern, we’re only one race down.
The latest F1 game is nearly upon us, coming on July 10 (or July 7 for Schumacher edition buyers) to PS4, Xbox One, and PC. As the anticipation builds, Codemasters has spilled the beans on one of the most interesting additions seen to date in the F1 series: My Team.
F1 2020 will be with us next month. We’ve seen plenty of the game in action, with previews of the new Circuit Zandvoort and Hanoi Street Circuit tracks, but Codemasters is now turning its attention to some of the other content.
F1’s real-world activities in 2020 may not be going to plan, but the official F1 2020 game is still on the hook for that July 10 launch date. Continuing the tease, Codemasters has today revealed another piece of the new title, and it’s the new-for-2020 Hanoi Circuit in Vietnam.
Formula 1 may still be on pause before the 2020 season officially begins, but that hasn’t stopped Codemasters from ramping up preparations for launching F1 2020. The first in-game trailer has also dropped, showing us what players can expect on track.
Although the real-world 2020 season of the Formula One World Championship is having a little trouble getting underway, the virtual version is on its way soon. Yes, Codemasters has announced the launch date for the F1 2020, the official game of the 2020 F1 season, and it’s coming July 10.