F1 23 Launches In June With Upgraded Handling and Story Mode
EA has announced that EA Sports F1 23 will be released later this year on June 16th.
Coming to PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC, the latest game in the F1 series features the return of the Braking Point single-player story mode along with more gameplay and quality of life improvements.
This latest chapter in the Breaking Point Story Mode follows the careers of hero Devon Butler and teammate Aiden Jackson as they strive to compete against real-world racing legends as part of the Connor Sports Racing Team.
“The return of Braking Point allows players to immerse themselves in the story of racing, offering a unique look at F1 and the authentic racing features players know and love.
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According to EA, F1 23’s gameplay will be a significant improvement over previous titles in terms of physics and race handling as a direct result of feedback from real-world F1 teams.
“Our close relationship with the team has allowed us to refine the handling model, add more realism to pad play, and implement a new color encoding system used in film and television to create a more lifelike experience. We did,” explains Mather.
Codemasters worked on balancing aerodynamics and tire grip based on team feedback, while making many improvements to engine torque and vehicle inertia.These changes should make the car more predictable during acceleration, braking and cornering.
F1 23 at the Las Vegas Grand Prix and Lusail International Circuit (Qatar) tracks, Shanghai (China), Paul Ricard (France) and Portimao (Portugal).
Players can now select a middle 35% race distance option that sits halfway between the two existing lap settings. The 2023 edition also introduces red flag events, where races are suspended in the event of inclement weather or dangerous weather conditions, assuming the rules set in the actual F1 season are followed.
Meanwhile, the new F1 World Hub introduces content inspired by the real-world racing calendar and introduces a variety of modes, allowing players to complete challenges to level up and unlock new car upgrades, paint jobs, suits, You can get a helmet.
EA is also offering a digital-only Champions Edition of F1 23 that gives early access to the game starting June 13th, along with XP boosts and 18,000 in-game PitCoin currency to unlock Las Vegas content and cosmetics for a limited time. Release.
For more on EA’s F1 series, see what we thought of last year’s entry in our F1 22 review.
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