F1 2018 is the next major instalment in Codemaster’s F1 racing simulation annual franchise.
With F1 2018, Codemasters are continuing to make improvements to their formula, the most prominent of which is an overhauled career mode.
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Several updates have been made to the gameplay across the board.
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A complete guide for F1 2018.
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Head to head analysis of the PS4 Pro and Xbox One X versions of F1 2018.
Art and audio is always important for a game- even a racing game, as this video demonstrates.
Make headlines ahead of the game's launch with this new trailer.
F1 2018 continues to iterate on its formula.
Take to the circuit in Codemasters' upcoming racing game.
Codemasters going for that podium finish on car handling.
Overall, the system requirements are not too demanding.
Game director reveals frame rate details and targeting resolutions on all consoles, base and enhanced.
The trailer shows us all that's new in F1 2018.
With F1 2018, it looks like the developers are improving upon the strong foundation laid by its predecessor.
Making wins on the track, making headlines off the track, making choices in the garage.
Everything you need to know about F1 2018.
The Make Headlines trailer invites you into the driver's seat.
Enough classic cars to make even Jay Leno salivate.
Get ready for excitement on the track.
The upgraded career mode will let you "make headlines" by giving interviews to the press.
Promising a deeper career mode, and more classic cars.