Make way F1 2020, because F1 2021 is coming through!
Codemasters' next installment of the F1 series is set to be released on 16 July on PC, PS4 and Xbox One. The series will also make its next-generation console debut with both PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S versions.
So, what will the price of the F1 game be? We've got everything you need to know right here!
Latest News – F1 2021 review
We can now share our F1 2021 review with you! From Braking Point to new handling and My Team, we’ve tested it all.
So how does F1 2021 stack up to its predecessor? Read our full review here or check out our review video below!
F1 2021 price
As with most games these days, there isn't just one version of the game to stick a price tag on. F1 2021 has two versions spread across two generations of consoles plus PC.
Fortunately we've done the digging so you don't have to, these are the prices for F1 2021 regardless of which version of platform you play on.
F1 2021 Standard Edition price
The standard 'vanilla' version of the game will be available across PC, PlayStation, and Xbox - coming in at £59.99 in the UK across consoles (including next-generation) and £49.99 on Steam.
That's if you buy digitally though...
If you want a hard copy of the game to sit among your collection then you can get F1 2021's Standard Edition for £54.99 from retailers like GAME and Amazon.
F1 2021 Deluxe Edition price
There are all sorts of little extras that come with this year's Deluxe Edition of the game. That includes seven iconic drivers for use in My Team, customisation content, 18,000 PitCoins, the Braking Point Content Pack, and three days of early access.
This edition comes in at £74.99 across PlayStation and Xbox online stores, and £64.99 on Steam. It's also only available digitally, you won't be able to get a physical copy of the Deluxe Edition.
F1 2021 release date
F1 2021 has a release date of mid-July, with 16 July, 2021 being the exact date.
The game looks awesome, and we’re excited to see what gameplay is like.
With the new season well underway, we’re ready to get hands-on with the game itself also.
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