With the release of the F1 2020 due in mid-July. F1 players will have the ability to create their own F1 ® team for the first time ever by developing a driver, choosing a sponsor, an engine manufacturer, hiring a teammate, and the chance to race as the 11th on the grid.
It will be on PS4, Xbox One, Stadia, and PC. There is also the option of early access. Michael Schumacher, the legendary seven-time World Drivers' Champion will be celebrated by making him the face of the Deluxe Edition.
Another new feature of Codemasters is to allow you to customize your 10-year career mode with a choice of F2 Championship options and season lengths to allow a more exciting career, multiple seasons.
Codemasters have announced there will be a return to split-screen gaming. The addition of split-screen racing, a new steering assist, and a more accessible race experience means the F1 sim racers can enjoy the game with friends regardless of your level of skill
Although most multiplayer plays online, there are still plenty of times when split-screen is in demand. WRC 8, published last year, featured split-screen racing and the players were a big success.
Online connection required to download the final teams’ 2020 cars (as applicable) and F2™ 2020 season content. Online Leagues were solid last year, but there will be improvements with connectivity and lag, while the ability to further customize options would be welcome.
The classic cars have been a common and entertaining part of the game since their initial inclusion in F1 2013. It will again be featured in F1 2020, giving drivers numerous challenges.
F1 2019’s success came down to very consistent and reliable gameplay. There were no horror-show corners that caught you out unexpectedly or nagging bugs that spoiled the experience.
The F1 2020 handling model will take a leap forward. The brakes have undergone a massive upgrade, which means stop distances will be shorter this year. Throttle application should also be smoother, with a traction control assist shifting balance which should make it easier for some players to turn it off.
It also involves the option of building facilities such as race tracks, improving the team over time, and moving upwards. F1 ® 2020 is comprised of all approved teams, drivers, and 22 circuits, including two new races: Hanoi Circuit and Circuit Zandvoort.