Physics, audio, weather and more to be some of the biggest changes this year.
Codemasters has a new dev diary for F1 2012, which details the improvements that the team has made to various mechanics of the game. These are primarily in the physics, weather, audio and of course, graphics.
Speaking on the physics, creative director Stephen Hood stated, “Significant work has gone into the physics model, particularly the suspension.” Game director Paul Jeal commented on the weather, saying “it could raining in one section of the track but dry on another…and mixes up the racing.”
F1 2012 is due for a September release on PC, XBox 360 and PS3.