F1 Manager 2022 screenshots
Taken from an early alpha build of the game, the first F1 Manager 2022 screenshots showcase the Baku City Circuit, home of the Azerbaijan Grand Prix.
The latest street circuit on the F1 calendar joining Monaco, Melbourne, and Singapore, the first Grand Prix in Baku was held in 2016, followed by the first Azerbaijan Grand Prix in 2017.
A mix of tight twisty corners and long straights, the Baku City Circuit is 3.7 miles long. The 2022 Azerbaijan Grand Prix will take place on 12 June with a 51-lap race.
From the screenshots, Frontier has accurately recreated the Baku city circuit in F1 Manager 2022, right down to the narrow castle section and building landmarks.
Coupled with remarkably accurate driver face scans, F1 Manager 2022’s visuals look fantastic, even at this early stage.
F1 Manager 2022 first look
F1 Manager 2022 lets you take charge of your favourite Formula 1 team as a team principal, making key decisions that affect your team’s performance. As the first officially licensed F1 management game in over 20 years, expectations for F1 Manager 2022 are high.
In case you missed it, RacingGames was given an exclusive first look at F1 Manager 2022. In a video Q&A, Creative Director Andy Fletcher and Community Manager Steve James reveal the first details about F1 Manager 2022, explaining their vision for the highly anticipated F1 management game.
There’s no release date yet, but F1 Manager 2022 is slated for a summer release on PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S. We’re expecting it to release in August during the F1 summer break.
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