We love all things Formula One. Of course, we're incredibly excited for the imminent release of F1 2021 in July of this year.
For those that prefer to experience their F1 gaming on the go, then we have a perfect title for you.
Let's take a closer look at F1 Clash, and the rebrand from F1 Manager, now!
The F1 management simulation is returning once again, with the new name really coinciding with some exciting changes to the game we've come to love.
There are going to be visual updates across the game, although the main interface of the mobile title will be mostly the same.
What this means for players is that the game will play roughly the same. However, there are improved 3D graphics, improvements to the vehicle components and a new 'dark' interface. For all those dark mode users out there, your prayers have been answered!
Of course, the update for 2021 adds all of the current teams and drivers, meaning that the game will be true to the current F1 season. Unfortunately, given the state of the calendar, it remains to be seen if every track will be featured in the game.
Thankfully, for those of you who played last update, your progress will of course carry over. That means that any points you earned can be used for drivers and components in the store.
Get ready for a competitive season. There are 48 new components to ensure a variety of paths to success, and developer Hutch has ensured us that any driver can be competitive with the right upgrades. Are you taking George Russell to a World Championship in your game?
The latest title in the console and PC-based franchise arrives in July this year, and we can't wait for it. In fact, whilst the game has a 16 July release date, the Deluxe Edition will give you access 3 days early on 13 July.
It promises some incredible new features including a new way to play career mode entirely.
The title will be coming to PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Series X|S and PC!
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