Codemasters have successfully released their second Formula One racing title for the PC and gaming consoles as F1 2011 is now available for purchase in certain parts of the world.
Oddly, American buyers are the first ones to enjoy F1 2011 even though Formula One isn’t very popular on the other side of the Atlantic Ocean. Europe, Formula One’s mainland, has to wait until Friday for the title to become available.
As with F1 2010, there’s no demo available so interested buyers have to trust video footage and reviews to make a decision whether or not to buy the new title. To get everyone started, below is a collection of links including plenty of helpful info several reviews from mainstream gaming sites.
Furthermore, you can check out several gameplay videos courtesy of VVV Automotive as well as Codemasters’ official launch trailer. The forth video is particularly interesting as Alan Boiston focuses on the handling and shows us a comparison between driving with traction control enabled and disabled.
F1 2011 will be released for the PC, Xbox 360 and Playstation 3 on September 23, right in time for the final races of the real life 2011 Formula One World Championship season. The new title will come with improved graphics & handling, new features such as multiplayer splitscreen, a working safety car as well as a much more extensive career mode.
Are you among the lucky one’s to already have tried the new title? Then why not share your initial impressions in the comments below!