Codemasters shows a new gameplay video from F1 2020. In the new trailer, the developers take you to the racetrack in Spain. The video shows McLarens Carlo Sainz on his home circuit Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya. You will also learn what changes on the track in the new racing game. The Spanish Grand Prix was originally scheduled for this weekend. Because of the Corona crisis, Formula 1 also has to pause. The F1 2020 release is scheduled for July 10th.
Codemasters has a new one Video of F1 2020 released. In the video you can see a hot lap at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya. The clip created by the developers shows McLarens Carlo Sainz on his home track in Spain. The Spanish Grand Prix was originally scheduled for this weekend. Due to the corona crisis, Formula 1 has to pause.
The Spanish course was based on feedback from players and drivers for F1 2020 (buy now for € 59.99) improved. So the last sector was adjusted and the height difference between curve 13 and 14 was changed. This is to ensure a more realistic feel. The video also gives you a look at the graphic abilities of the racing game.
On Sunday May 10th, F1 drivers Charles Leclerc, Alex Albon, Lando Norris, George Russel, Nicholas Latifi and Antonio Giovinazzi will compete with Sergio Aguero, Thibaut Courtois and Arthur Melo and compete in a virtual race on the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalumya.
The race will take place in F1 2019. Race start is at 7 p.m. The stream will be shown on the official F1 channel on YouTube, among other things. Formula 1 2020 will be released on July 10th on PC, PS4, Xbox One and Google Stadia. Last week Codemasters had one Gameplay video of the Circuit Zandvoort race track from F1 2020 released.
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