F1 22 is finally here! This newest EA Sports title celebrating Formula 1 2022 season has been released and is now available for all players from now on. The game is a successor to F1 2021 and brings in the new 2022 regulation F1 cars to the grid along with a couple of new tracks, all of which are part of the F1 2022 calendar. Additionally, the game also brings some new modes and features to make the gameplay exciting.
F1 22 will be available for players on PC via Steam and Origin. It will also be available on the current generation consoles such as Sony PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X as well as Xbox Series S. Previous gen consoles such as PlayStation 4, Xbox One X and Xbox One S are also getting the game. F1 22 comes in a standard as well as the Champions Edition. The standard edition will set you back by Rs. 2,999 on Steam whereas the the Champions Edition with the bonus content will set you back by Rs. 4,299.
One of the biggest changes with F1 22, other that 2022 regulation cars, is the introduction of F1 Life. F1 Life lets you experience the life of a Formula 1 driver with access to a custom lounge wherein you can dress up your character and set up your personal space. “The game introduces F1® Life, a new customisable social hub that gives players a glimpse of an F1 driver away from the track. Functioning as a Multiplayer lobby, this personal space allows players to show off their collection of supercars, fashion, accessories, and trophies, earned by completing in-game challenges, levelling up in the Podium Pass, and from the brand shop and in-game store. The eight supercars bring new gameplay challenges, such as drift and duels, and can be driven on-track in the Pirelli Hot Lap feature, replicating the early part of the race weekend,” says EA.
Other than this, F1 22 carries over the same illustrious career mode wherein you can develop as a rookie driver or a F1 Team owner. You also get access to F2 2021, multiplayer gameplay options, and the popular Splitscreen mode.
And obviously, you can drive around the F1 race tracks driving as reigning world champion Max Verstappen fighting the rest of the 19 cars on the grid. F1 22 brings VR mode for players with advanced VR headsets to completely immerse themselves into the gameplay. And yes, Miami is part of the new track roster along with the revised layouts for Australia, Spain and Abu Dhabi.
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