F1 2020 Receives High-Octane Launch Trailer and Races Onto PS4, Xbox One, Google Stadia and PC


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F1 2020 Receives High-Octane Launch Trailer and Races Onto PS4, Xbox One, Google Stadia and PC

The team at Codemasters has shared a fast-paced launch trailer for F1 2020, as the British game developer's brand-new title is now available for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, and — for the first time — Google Stadia.

F1 2020 offers players a unique insight into the colourful world of F1, thanks to the inclusion of the content-rich Driver Career and MyCareer game modes, which now include the Hanoi Circuit and Circuit Zandvoort.

Quite surprisingly, F1 2020 is one of the best-reviewed games of the year, currently sitting at a truly fantastic 87% score on Metacritic (when it comes to its PS4 edition). Actually, the PC version of 2020's instalment is scoring better than any other Codemasters-made F1 title in history, ending up with a "critics score" of 91%.

Although F1 2020 made its long-awaited debut only a couple of days ago, Codemasters is already ramping up DiRT 5's marketing campaign. For those unfamiliar with the fifth numbered entry in the long-running series, it is being developed by the team responsible for MotorStorm and will arrive on the 9th of October.

Without further ado, take a look at the action-packed launch trailer for this year's F1 game down below:

F1 2020 is the most comprehensive F1 game yet, putting players firmly in the driving seat as they race against the best drivers in the world. For the first time, players can create their own F1 team by creating a driver, then choosing a sponsor, an engine supplier, hiring a teammate and competing as the 11th team on the grid. Build facilities, develop the team over time and drive to the top.

F1 2020 is currently available for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Google Stadia and PC (via Steam).

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