F1 2015 Gameplay Footage Looks Enticing

Formula One is like golf in one very important way: it’s much more fun to play it than it is to watch

The latest F1 2015 game by veteran studio Codemasters looks like it makes full use of the latest graphical advancements to make the action seem raw and realistic; it’s apparently running on a new game engine too, one that can not only provide prettier images but it also improves the feel of the physics.

One main feature it’s bringing forth is what the developer calls “broadcast presentation,” which sounds pretty self explanatory – they just say it “immerses you in the unique race day atmosphere.”

The game (which launches July 21) was shown recently at the E3 game expo, where a whole host of other titles were available for attendees to try out and videos were recorded. Check out a few posted below!

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  • Six_Tymes

    wow.

  • fabri99

    Hopefully it won’t be as boring as real F1…

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