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Test Drive F1 2020 With Free Trial Starting Today

This summer, Codemasters released the latest in its Formula 1 racing series F1 2020. It’s an outstanding racing game, in our opinion. Perhaps that’s not enough to convince you to give it a try. Codemasters hears you, and starting today you can download a free trial of F1 2020 on Xbox One and PlayStation 4.

What’s in the F1 2020 Free Trial?

F1 Franchise Game Director Lee Mather sums up the free trial pretty well. “The F1 2020 free trial offers something for every race fan with the inclusion of My Team, casual handling, and split-screen,” says Mather. “Whether you’re an avid F1 fan who’s never played before, or you’re a returning veteran player, there’s plenty to enjoy.”

The My Team free trial gives you the tools to create your F1 team. Once you’ve chosen a Formula 2 teammate to race with, you can jump into the first race, in Australia. You get full access to F1 2020’s handling accessibility options, so you’ll be able to tweak until you find options that work for you. If you enjoyed your first F1 race, and found handling options that work for you, you don’t have to worry about losing your progress. All progress made in the F1 2020 free trial will carry over if you choose to buy the full game.

The trial also lets you and a (socially distanced) friend try out the returning split-screen multiplayer mode. The two of you will be able to face off, head to head, at the Austrian Red Bull Ring. Again, each player will have access to casual handling mode and other accessibility options.

The F1 2020 free trial is available for digital download on the Xbox One and PlayStation 4. The full version of F1 2020 is out now on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC and Google Stadia.

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