We’re into the penultimate month of 2023, but the content keeps coming in F1 23. We’ve seen a lot of Max Verstappen and Alex Albon in recent F1 23 Pro Challenges, but November sees Charles Leclerc back on pole. Here’s everything to look forward to in the F1 23 November roadmap.
Leclerc back on pole
The US and Mexican Grand Prix saw Charles Leclerc take pole position, and now he’s front and centre in F1 23 too. By contrast, two of the three Pro Challenges coming in November will see us taking on Leclerc. These will be at Interlagos and Las Vegas, so it’s a good idea to hop onto those tracks now and start practising.
At the time of writing, we don’t yet know the rewards for completing these Pro Challenges, but it’s safe to assume teams will be decking out their cars with limited-edition liveries for racing around Sin City. We could see a special Ferrari livery or helmet design for Leclercon the strip.
Max Verstappen is the driver to beat around Yas Marina, closing the Pro Challenges in style. Considering Max’s history with the circuit, this won’t be an easy time to beat. Again we don’t yet know the reward on offer, but predictions could point towards recognising the World Champion’s achievements throughout a dominant 2023.
Hopefully, the Pro Challenges will return in 2024, with Codemasters doing a great job using the challenges to bring new content to F1 World.
You can find the full F1 23 November roadmap here.
F1 23 Update 1.16 fixes Barcelona bump
Nothing is worse in a racing game than a crash that isn’t your fault, yet that’s exactly what was catching out players around Barcelona. The Circuit de Catalunya in F1 23 featured an annoying bug that was causing player collisions on the pit straight start/finish line.
Update 1.16 to F1 23 fixes this incredibly frustrating issue. Now players can fly around the final corner free from the worry that they’ll be sent to the moon.
Update 1.16 brings plenty of other fixes and new features to F1 23. Click here to read the full F1 23 Update 1.16 patch notes.
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