F1 2018 Officially Announced

F1 2018

Codemasters and Deep Silver has announced that F1 2018 will be out for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Windows PC (DVD and via Steam) worldwide on August 24, 2018.

F1 2018 will feature an expanded career mode, the return of a fan-favorite feature and a new lineup of classic F1 cars, providing, according to the devs, “the most realistic F1 experience fans can get short of climbing into a real-world cockpit.”

“We were delighted by the reception that the highly-acclaimed F1 2017 game received, and are extremely excited to be able to further build on such a strong starting point with F1 2018,” said Paul Jeal, F1 Franchise Director at Codemasters.

“Over the past few years we have engaged heavily with our fan-base to understand what is important to them, and we cannot wait to unveil more details on features we know our fans will love. Career mode has been further expanded to immerse players even deeper into the world of F1 than before, with the return of a highly requested feature back into the franchise. We are also adding more classic cars, again listening to our fans as to which of the historical F1 cars they would most like to virtually drive next. Outside of those headline additions there are many other great enhancements to be revealed before the game launches,” also explained Jeal.

Let’s also remember that Codemasters is organizing a F1 2018 eLeague. You can find details (and streams for the races) about the F1 eLeague on its official site.


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Alessandro Seren Rosso
An avid player of sports management games, Alessandro writes about hockey for several online outlets in all over the world. His work appeared, among the others, on The Hockey News, Hockey’s Future, The Hockey Writers and many other. His interest in sports gaming dates back to 1998 with Championship Manager. Today, most of his gaming engagement, much limited by his 3-years-old lovely time-killer, is dedicated to Eastside Hockey Manager.