Codemasters’ Eagerly Anticipated F1 2015 Game Coming This June

Remember how annoying it was having to wait until October to play last year’s F1 2014? Well, we do too. Which is why we’re so excited about their upcoming June release.

According to Codemasters, F1 2015 isn’t just going to expand on last year’s installment, but revolutionize the way in which we control the cars as well as the overall racing experience.

And of course, you’ll be able to play it on PS4, Xbox One and the PC – which means everybody gets a taste, which in turn means everybody should be happy.

The team has made enhancements and additions in over 20 areas of the game, including engine and transmission, aerodynamics, fuel, force feedback, suspension, a new tire physics model and an all-new broadcast style presentation.

Those playing on a console will be able to use the voice recognition technology in order to interact with the race engineer and ask about race info, weather updates, tire status, request new tires and front wing changes, among many other things.

Codemasters are also bringing back the 2014 season, featuring last year’s cars and tracks for those of us who feel we didn’t get enough of those ugly nose designs. If we had to bet, we’d say people are going ignore this feature completely and just focus on the 2015 season and the new cars.

Most of the images in the gallery feature 2014 cars, except for the opening pic which shows the 2015 Mercedes AMG Petronas F1 racer – which should prove to be dominant within the game as well. You can also see a screen shot of the Mexican track – which we can’t wait to try out.

Just a little over two months left until the game comes out!


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