03.08.2017 at 19:25 Uhr Publisher Codemasters today announced some new details about the upcoming career mode of the racing simulation F1 2017. Among other things, players can look forward to numerous new events and adaptations for the Formula One cars.
On the 25th of August 2017, F1 2017 will be the next offshoot of racing simulation by publisher and developer Codemasters. A few weeks before the release, the team has now announced a new trailer and more details on the coming career mode of the game. This allows players to look forward to a whole range of new events and customization options for their own Formula One vehicle.
Among other things, this year for the first time, invitation events will be available, with the twelve classic F1 racing cars being used. But there are also overhaul challenges, chase hunts, checkpoint races and time attack challenges on the event calendar of a season in F1 2017. With more than 115 additional upgrades for your Formula 1 vehicle, you have much more options to choose from than your predecessor ,
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In addition to the short circuit variants in the UK, Bahrain, the USA and Japan, this year, players can also ride the legendary Monaco circuit at night. You can see the published trailer for the career mode below this message. More information and videos about F1 2017 can be found on our theme page.
10.08.2017 at 17:35 Developer Codemasters has released a new video for the coming Rennsimulation F1 2017. In this, junior driver Lando Norris not only presents the short version of the track in Suzuka in Japan, but also gives an outlook on other modern and classic cars of the title.
On the 25th of August 2017, F1 2017 will be the next offshoot of racing simulation for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. A few days before the release, developer Codemasters has now released a new video, in which junior driver Lando Norris turns some rounds in F1 2017. Among other things, he presents the short version of the circuit in the Japanese Suzuka. The 17-year-old Norris is part of McLaren’s “Young Drivers” program and has therefore also tried some of the brand’s vehicles.
In F1 2017, players have the opportunity to drive some McLaren classics from 1988, 1991, 1998 and 2008. Of course, the current 2017 version of the vehicle is also available. The 1988 McLaren MP4 / 4 is exclusively available in the first edition of F1 2017. Beside Suzuka the upcoming racing simulation will offer three more short circuits from Britain, Bahrain and the USA. You can find further news and videos about F1 2017 on our theme page.
17.05.2017 at 18:50 Codemasters today announced the first details of the upcoming F1 2017 racing simulation. Among other things, the classic F1 cars return. These were last played in F1 2013. In addition, the official release was released on August 25, 2017.
There are first details about the upcoming racing simulation F1 2017. As Codemasters has announced, classic F1 vehicles will return. This gives players the opportunity to climb into the cockpit of older cars of the past years. In the first published trailer, there is a first taste for the coming vehicles. These include the McLaren MP4 / 4 from 1988, the Williams FW14B from 1992 or the famous Ferrari F2002.
The classic vehicles will be installed in the main campaign of F1 2017. The driver will be invited to various special events during the season. The McLaren MP4 / 4 is only available for pre-buyers – but can also be purchased as a DLC for the release. F1 2017 will be released on August 25, 2017 for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, and will again include all the vehicles, drivers and routes of the current season. You can find further news and videos about F1 2017 on our theme page.