F1 2022: What To Expect
According to Henderson’s report, the supercars would be implemented via a player hub called ‘F1 Life’. In it, the player would live the high life of actual F1 drivers. It allows a more behind-the-scenes look that hasn’t previously been implemented in racing games, especially F1. Expensive glasses, watches, and many more items can be collected through this mode.
Players will also be able to collect these supercars and race against AI and in online races. It’s not known supercars which manufacturers will feature but we can make a guess. The current F1 teams that also make supercars are Mercedes, Ferrari, Mclaren, Aston Martin, Alpine, and Alfa Romeo (sponsoring Sauber).
Moreover, the sequel to ‘Braking Point’ story mode featured in F1 2021 will miss out this year. Henderson has said that it was due to time constraints during the game’s development. But it will return in 2023 accordingly.
F1 is set for a new era as the real-life 2022 regulations will feature vastly different cars. So, Codemasters is definitely fully trying to recreate the real-life counterparts of each team’s cars. F1 2021 didn’t implement various real-life track changes including Albert Park and Yas Marina. But we’ll surely see them in F1 2022. Maybe we will also see much more improved graphics and textures than the last one too.
The new regulations have definitely gotten F1 and racing fans hyped up, and these new features in the official game are definitely sounding good. What do you think of this news? Are you excited to play F1 2022 after hearing this news? Share your thoughts in the comments below!