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F1 24 Announced

The team at Codemasters and Electronic Arts have announced the official video game of the 2024 FIA Formula One World Championship: F1 24.

New to F1 24 is an all-new Driver Career mode that will pay host to new gameplay that is rooted in the sport. Players will also be able to take advantage of the latest handling and physics, which is powered by EA SPORTS Dynamic Handling.

See it for yourself with the official F1 24 teaser trailer below:

F1 24 Official Announce Trailer

Set to release May 31, F1 23 players will be able to dive into Time Trial challenges using the all-new Alpine, Haas, McLaren, and Williams 2024 team cars by pre-ordering the F1 24 Champions Edition by April 24.

Note that the digital-exclusive Champions Edition lets players check out two new Formula 1 Icons, grant them 18,000 PitCoin, and receive an F1 World Bumper Pack that features resources for both single and multiplayer gameplay events. Players can also get up to three days of early access (beginning May 28), and all pre-orders come with one bonus VIP Podium Pass.

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