F1 2021 is a racing simulation game developed by Codemasters and published by EA Sports.
It is the fourteenth game in Codemasters’ annual licensed F1 series, and the first to be published by EA Sports since EA’s acquisition of Codemasters.
Codemasters has also outlined the next few months of updates, starting with the release of Imola and Sports Livery updates in October.
Disabled a couple of weeks ago due to some audio issues, F1 2021's 3D audio for headphones has been re-enabled on PS5.
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Just days after ray-tracing was re-enabled in the game's PS5 version, 3D audio via headphones has now been disabled.
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Several improvements have also been made to the PC version, including improvements to DLSS implementation, options for ray-tracing quality, and more.
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Codemasters has disabled the same to help "aid stability." It's currently aiming to re-enable it "as quickly as possible."
It sold nearly as much as the original game's Wii launch back in 2011. Meanwhile, F1 2021 debuts in second place.
Check out our frame rate comparisons between F1 2021's console versions - PS5 and Xbox Series X - and its PC counterpart to see which fares better.
Another great entry in the high-class franchise.
Dive into the new story mode on July 16th and play as Aiden Jackson, a rookie F2 driver who makes a name for himself in Formula One.
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Lee Mather, F1 franchise game director at Codemasters, speaks with GamingBolt about the biggest changes and improvements in the upcoming racing sim.
Engage in a dramatic story set across three season in "Braking Point" or partake in two-player Career Mode with or against a friend.
Franchise director Lee Mather confirms Graphics and Performance Modes for the upcoming racing simulator on PS5 and Xbox Series X.
Recommended requirements stipulate a GeForce RTX 3070 for ray-tracing.
Xbox Series X/S and PS5 versions with support for Smart Delivery and free upgrades also confirmed.