Video game’s take on the premiere motorsports racing championship returns this year by way of F1 2020. Featuring the return of the fan-favourite career mode as well as updated vehicles, grids and rosters, there are plenty of improvements in store for returning players to dive into. Whether racing in a Time Trial, Grand Prix or full-scale Championship, you’ll be able to live the full glory of the F1 2020 season as realistically as possible.
Tire physics and car handling have been tweaked over last year’s version, as you’d expect, all in the hopes of delivering the premier F1 racing experience. New locations like Hanoi Circuit and Circuit Zandvoort brings the total number of tracks up to 22, with each one being realized beautifully in immense detail.
F1 2020 challenges players to butt heads with their rivals, attempting to chart as high as possible in each race in order to win both the F2 and F1 championships. You can do so as any one of the official teams, but your best chance is to educate yourself about every turn, straight and chicane while taking your car to the test track. F1 2020 does everything to bring out your competitive racing side.
One of the biggest new features in F1 2020 is the ability to create your own F1 driver and then build the team around you. This process involved choosing a sponsor and an engine supplier, before competing as the 11th F1 team out there on the grid. It’s your task to race your way to the top, developing the team over time and building the necessary facilities.
In addition to the reliably robust online multiplayer portion, F1 2020 makes it easy to jump into the seat alongside friends locally thanks to the new split-screen racing mode. This is a mode that has remained absent for the past few F1 entries but makes its valiant return here alongside a steady framerate to keep races fair.
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