F1 24 Gameplay Deep Dive Released

The team at EA Sports and Codemasters have released the first gameplay deep dive for F1 24.

See the official breakdown of all the different elements of F1 24 with the official breakdown below:

  • Suspension Kinematics: Get ready for an all-new suspension physics system that expands the F1® car physics tech to better replicate real world behavior. 
  • Updated Tyre Model: Immerse yourself further thanks to more realistic tyre and suspension changes. Tyre heat and wear is also more authentic. 
  • Improved Aerodynamic Model: Feel the force of your car as wing angles and ride height now have a greater impact on downforce and drag. 
  • New Power Unit Settings: Just like in real-life, you now have more control over the mode and performance of your engine. 
  • More Player Agency: Get more control of your driving style, strategy, and performance thanks to updated car setup options.

Presented by Alex Jacques, be sure to check out the deep dive below:

F1 24 Official Gameplay Deep Dive

Note that F1 23 players will be able to dive into Time Trial challenges using the all-new Alpine, Haas, McLaren, and Williams 2024 team cars. All they need to do is pre-order F1 24 Champions Edition by May 1.

In addition, those who own F1 2021, F1 22, or F1 23, can get themselves a 15% loyalty discount on F1 24 Champions Edition pre-orders.

Meanwhile, the full release of F1 24 will come out for the PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC on May 31.

For those that want to join the conversation, be sure to check out the official F1 24 social media channels, which include Instagram, X/Twitter, TikTok, Threads, and YouTube

Source: YouTube

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