If you are lucky enough to have an Xbox Series X already then you will know just how powerful the console is, but if not you should have plenty of time set up Stock Informer alerts and grab one before F1 2022 arrives.
Let's take a look at what we can expect from Codemasters new F1 game on Microsoft's most powerful console ever.
Latest news - F1 22 hands-on preview reveals new details
We've been given an early hands-on preview of F1 22! With new regulations, the new-generation cars feel noticeably heavier and are more challenging to drive.
F1 game fans will also be happy to know that crossplay is finally confirmed for F1 22 in a post-launch update!
F1 22 gameplay
Thanks to a special preview build, we were able to go racing around the Miami Grand Prix track.
Check out our first impressions below.
F1 22 Xbox release date
Codemasters has announced F1 22 is coming to Xbox Series X|S as well as Xbox One.
The release date is set for 1 July for the standard version. However, the Champion Edition provides three days early access, allowing you to play F1 22 on 28 June.
F1 22 Xbox price and editions
F1 22 Xbox can be preordered on the Microsoft Store. The standard version includes the F1 Life Starter Pack, F1 22 New Era Content, and 5,000 PitCoin.
Pricing information is not available yet, but we expect the Xbox version will match the pricing of the PlayStation version. That means we can expect the Xbox Series X|S version to cost £69.99 and the Xbox One version to cost £59.99.
The Champions Edition, on the other hand, costs £79.99 and gives three days early access.
The Champions Edition comes with a host of bonus content. This includes Miami-Themed Content, the F1 Life Starter Pack, F1 22 New Era Content, new My Team icons, and 18,000 PitCoin.
Xbox Series X|S features
The Series X doesn't really have any outstanding standalone features like say the PS5 does with the DualSense controller.
It does however, have lightning-fast load times and of course 4K resolution and 60 frames per second. Perfect to get the most out of F1 2022.
On Xbox, F1 22 supports 4K resolution, HDR, 60fps, 120fps, and ray tracing. We expect these features are reserved for the Xbox Series X version, however.
You can also use the Elite 2 controller to make manual gears all the easier for controller players. There is also of course a whole range of wheels compatible with the Xbox Series X if you really want to get the most out of it...
Xbox Series X|S wheels
Every wheel manufacturer out there creates wheels that are compatible with the Xbox Series X|S.
If you have a bit more money to spend then the Fanatec CSL DD (Similar to the GT DD Pro) is an exceptional wheel that delivers far superior feel and feedback to anything Thrustmaster or Logitech can offer right now.