Now that EA has lifted the covers, F1 23 pre-order details are now live across multiple platforms. We also now have confirmation of the release date as well as pre-order bonuses for those who order early.
We've got everything you need to know about the F1 23 pre-order details right here.
Latest news - F1 23 pre-order details revealed
After months of anticipation, we finally have confirmed F1 23 details including pre-order bonuses and editions - you can find out more below.
F1 23 Pre-Order
In terms of bonuses, pre-ordering the Standard Edition gives you the F1 World Starter Pack and 5000 PitCoin.
The F1 23 Champions Edition comes with an abundance of pre-order bonuses. These include a time-limited Las Vegas Pack, Max Verstappen Race Wear Pack, Braking Point 2 Icons and Vanity Item Pack, as well as Dual Entitlement. This means you can upgrade to the PS5 or Xbox Series X|S game at no cost if you own the PS4 or Xbox One version.
You also get four new My Team Icons, an XP Boost, F1 World Bumper Pack, and 18,000 PitCoin.
The main advantage of pre-ordering the Champions Edition, however, is that you don't have to wait as long for F1 23 to launch. Pre-ordering the Champions Edition gives you access three days early so you can start racing on 13 June instead of 16 June.
If you want the extra content included in the Champions Edition, prepare to pay a premium. The Champions Edition will set you back £79.99/€89.99 on Steam and £89.99 on PlayStation and Xbox. EA Play subscribers can also save 10% when pre-ordering.
EA has confirmed F1 23 will also launch on PS4 and Xbox One, despite EA's Need for Speed Unbound moving away from last-gen platforms. This means F1 23 will be available to a wider audience, but it also means it's unlikely to run on a new engine on PS5 and Xbox Series X|S.
F1 23 Early Pre-Order Las Vegas Pack
According to the Xbox store listing, the Las Vegas Pack contains a Las Vegas car livery, helmet, suit and gloves for players who pre-order early. You can only get this bonus content if you pre-order F1 23 before 31 May, however.
F1 23 new features
F1 23 will see the return of the Braking Point story mode. F1 2021's protagonist Aiden Jackson will team up with F1's biggest villain Devon Butler at the newly announced Konnersport Racing team. What awaits within we don't know, but we can't wait to find out!
Along with all that a new safety rating will overhaul online play and encourage better driving standards. Both Las Vegas and Losail tracks will be in the game from launch, along with the returning Portimao, Shanghai, and Paul Ricard circuits.
F1 23 was announced in a cinematic reveal trailer. We get a first look at new characters in the Braking Point story mode and the new Las Vegas street circuit as well as appearances from Charles Leclerc and Max Verstappen.
You can watch the reveal trailer below.
The F1 23 release date is set for 16 June. This is the earliest Codemasters has ever been able to get an F1 game out.
Those who pre-order the Champions Edition can go racing three days earlier on 13 June.
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