F1 2021 Launches July 16 With An EA Sports-Style Story Mode – Kotaku1 min read


REMARKABLE! Screenshot: EA SportsEAs purchase of racing game maker Codemasters indicates EA Sports has an F1 racing video game for the very first time given that 2003. F1 2021, available July 16 for PlayStations, xboxes, and pcs, broadens profession mode to consist of a two-player option and introduces Braking Point, a narrative-driven story mode thats sure to make driving really quick, extremely low-to-the-ground vehicles more immersive and interesting. The last time EA launched an F1 video game was 2003s F1 Career Challenge, a game that doesnt even call for a “reception” section on Wikipedia. At that point EA had lost the F1 license, so it released a game that went back over the 1999 through 2002 seasons it had licensed formerly. Unfortunate. Today EA owns Codemasters, the company thats been doing official F1 video games because 2009, bringing the buzziest-sounding auto racing back into EA Sports province. Codemasters states the new Braking Point story mode has been years in the making, it feels like an extremely EA Sports sort of thing, adding a more individual experience to a somewhat impersonal racing game. Theres not much information yet on what precisely Braking Point involves beyond a significant trailer and punny name, however it will feature Devon Butler, the competing character from F1 2019 whom gamers despise. And there it is. Might have actually been great to get some screenshots of cars and trucks racing or something, but this will need to do for now. Invite back to EA Sports, Formula One racing.

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