F1 2021 received an announcement trailer on Thursday, July 16 this year with confirmation of the launch date. This will be the first title after the franchise Purchase of Codemasters by Eletronic Arts. Like the previous games from the developer, this year’s edition continues with teams, drivers and circuits from Formula 1’s elite.
F1 2020 is the new game in the Codemasters franchise – Photo: Disclosure / Codemasters
In addition to real-life characters and cars, F1 2021 promises a new story mode, called Breaking Point. The novelty is highlighted in the launching trailer, which questions viewers with a joke between the words braking (breaking) and breaking: “how far can you go until you reach your breaking point (giving everything) / breaking” Huh?” Watch:
In the new story genre Ponto di Bravia, players begin in Formula 2 to give the world a chance of stardom in the Formula 2 world. The idea is that fans can immerse themselves in the world of F1, taste the lifestyle and off the track: the rivalry, enthusiasm and dedication required to compete at the highest level. It also marks the players’ reunion with the infamous Devon Butler, who returns after his F1 2019 debut.
– Ponto de Breaking is an exciting innovation that took years to develop. We are allowed to expand the gaming experience and allow players to experience the ups and downs of Formula 1 on Track 1 – says Lee Mather, the game director for the Codemasters franchise.
F1 2021 PS5, Xbox Series X | The S will be available at launch via Steam for PS4, Xbox One and PC. Prices vary depending on the platform. On computers, the normal version reaches R $ 249.00 and the deluxe version R $ 329.00. On the Xbox console, the prices are $ 299.00 and R $ 369.00. On the PS4, versions vary between R $ 298.99 and R $ 368.99.