After two hotlap videos, Codemasters is now showing the first gameplay trailer for F1 2020. The video presents a compilation of different scenes. You will see the drivers, head-to-head duels, rain races and award ceremonies. You also take a look at the graphic abilities of Formula 1 2020 in the video. The gameplay trailer also introduces Formula 2, which is also represented in the racing game this year. The release is planned for July 10th.
Codemasters has released the first gameplay trailer for F1 2020. After two Hotlap videos for the upcoming Formula 1 simulation now follows a video with a compilation of different game scenes. In the trailer inserted below you take a look at head-to-head duels, rain races, drivers and award ceremonies. You will also see the graphic skills of the racing game. In the video, the developers also show scenes from Formula 2, which after their debut last year is also an integral part of Formula 1 simulation this year.
Codemasters integrates Formula 2 into the career mode of F1 2020 (buy now for € 59.99). The series is available to you as part of a full season, half a season or a prorated season with three races each. With the Release of F1 2020 the 2019 season of the F2 is playable. The 2020 season should be submitted as a free update later this year.
In addition, Codemasters confirms a number of classic vehicles, including the 1990 Ferrari 641, 2004 Ferrari F2004, 2008 McLaren MP4 -23 and 2009 Brawn BGP 001. The release of F1 2020 is scheduled for July 10, 2020. The racing game is released for PS4, Xbox One, PC and Google Stadia. Buyers of the Schumacher Deluxe Edition receive additional content, including the Ferrari F1-2000 and Benetton B195. They also get a three-day early access to the full version.
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