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F1 2020 Hanoi Circuit Revealed


Take an inaugural lap through F1 2020’s blisteringly fast Hanoi Circuit with the latest trailer for Deep Silver and Codemasters’ title.

Featuring 23 turns and taking inspiration from F1 circuits like Monaco, Suzuka, and Nürburgring, its city location is a fusion of a street circuit’s characteristics with a permanent track layout. Reaching a distance of 5.613km, this circuit has been designed for action and overtaking. It contains two long straights and one of the shortest pit lanes (which removes the final and first quarters). With all of these things in mind, the Hanoi Circuit has grand promises to be one of the fastest circuits in the F1 calendar.

The lap, recorded by the F1 2020 development team, features Scuderia Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc. You can view it below:

F1® 2020 First Look | Hanoi Circuit

According to Codemasters’ F1 franchise Game Director, Lee Mather:

[testimonials user=” email=” name=” position=” photo=”]“We’re always excited to create new experiences for our players. Hanoi Circuit delivers both thrills and challenges, set against the backdrop of the stunning city skyline. Hanoi Circuit is an adrenaline rush with high speeds, long straights and heavy braking zones, but it will punish anyone who doesn’t respect the walled sections.”[/testimonials]

The game will come out on July 10, 2020 for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC (via Steam), and Google Stadia, and will retail for $59.99). Those who purchase the F1 2020 Michael Schumacher Deluxe Edition (which retails for $69.99) can get themselves exclusive content, along with three days early access.

Source: Press Release
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