Codemasters released a new dev diary and screens, and according to Codemasters:
“The preference has always been to go down the simulation path,” said Stephen Hood, Chief Games Designer at Codemasters Birmingham.
“You can make a realistic sim easier to play for somebody but it’s very difficult to take an arcade handling system and make that appeal to people who prefer simulation handling.”
The clip also features an ex-Super Aguri driver and F1 analyst for Radio Five Live. Anthony Davidson, who is an advisor for the project, talks about trying to make the game “the most authentic experience possible”.
Check out the dev diary below!
F1 2010 is coming out on May 21 in the UK for the PC, PS3, and 360.