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F1 2015 – Now Available

Codemasters have successfully released their F1 2015 title, the sixth installment of their official Formula One game franchise.

Codemasters have successfully released their F1 2015 title, the sixth installment of their official Formula One game franchise.

Using a new version of Codemasters’ EGO engine, F1 2015 will feature not only improved visuals but also come with an improved tire model & force feedback system that will hopefully result in a more realistic driving experience.

Features

• A STUNNING NEW GAME ENGINE – A brand new game engine, built from the ground up for the latest consoles and PCs allows players to experience FORMULA 1™ in unprecedented detail.

• THE MOST RELEVANT FORMULA 1 GAME YET – An earlier release in the racing calendar and with free digital updates set to keep the game up to date with the sport during the season, F1 2015 brings fans the most relevant FORMULA 1 videogame ever.

•  THE MOST INCLUSIVE F1 RACING EXPERIENCE EVER – Featuring a naturally authentic purely physics-based handling model with enhancements and additions in over 20 areas, F1 2015 is designed to be player inclusive for both seasoned players and those new to the series.

• NEW GAME MODES – Immerse yourself in the new Championship Season, test yourself to the limits in Pro Season or use the new Online Practice Session to hone your skills before taking on rivals across the world in Online Multiplayer.

• BONUS CONTENT – Look back at last year’s exciting season and enjoy a fully playable 2014 FIA FORMULA ONE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP™ as bonus game content.

Unlike prior versions, F1 2015 does not come with a career mode anymore, the historic content from F1 2014 has also not made the cut to the next-gen versions as well.

With no demo available, sim racers have to trust reviews to make their purchase decision. The title currently holds a 66-point score on Metacritic, there are also plenty of buyer reviews on Steam.

F1 2015 is available for purchase here.

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