EA and Codemasters have shared their F1 23 gameplay features deep dive featuring Sky Sports F1 presenter Natalie Pinkham highlighting the updated vehicle handling, physics, new tracks, the return of red flags and much more. The team also introduces their new Precision Drive controller technology offering an overhauled experience for players without a steering wheel controller.
The new 35% race distance which debuted in F1 Esports allows players to race shorter options with the same rules applied to full races, like mandatory pit stops. F1 23 will also feature the return of red flags creating more on-the-fly strategy scenarios on the way to the pits. A red flag may be activated due to multiplayer racing incidents caused by other drivers, offline mode AI, or severe wet weather conditions. Similarly to the actual sport, you can modify your race plan, change tires, and fix some car damage prior to the race resuming. Moreover, you have the option to customize the red flag’s sensitivity in the menu to meet your preferences.
For more details check out the latest blog. The next video is scheduled to arrive on May 19.
F1 23 will release on June 16 for PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One and PC through Epic Games Store, Steam and the EA App. Players that pre-order the digital-exclusive Champions Edition will get three days of early access on June 13.
F1 23 Champions Edition – Digital Exclusive
- Time-limited Las Vegas Content Pack
- Max Verstappen Race Wear Pack
- Braking Point 2 Icons and Vanity Item Pack
- Dual Entitlement
- Four New My Team Icons
- XP Boost
- F1 World Bumper Pack
- 18,000 PitCoin
- 3-Day Early Access starting June 13
F1 23 Standard Edition – Digital or Physical
- F1 World Starter Pack
- 5,000 PitCoin
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