F1 22 is a racing simulation game developed by Codemasters and published by EA Sports.
It is the fifteenth game in Codemasters’ annual licensed F1 series.
"Paired with our incredible binaural audio, the player will experience a new level of immersion for the series," says director Lee Mather about F1 22's VR support on PC.
"It's not part of our immediate plans due to our two-year development cycle with our internal teams," says F1 22's senior creative director Lee Mather.
Cross-gen play will be available when the racing sim launches on July 1st but full cross-play for two player Career and Online Social arrives later.
Check out the fastest lap possible in Codemasters' Formula 1 title which is out on July 1st for Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, PS4, PS5 and PC.
Charles Leclerc, Lando Norris, and George Russell feature on the Standard Edition's car, while the Champions Edition will feature Lewis Hamilton, Max Verstappen, Fernando Alonso, and Sebastian Vettel.
EA and Codemasters offer an early glimpse at F1 22 gameplay, showing off its new Miami Grand Prix circuit and its ins and outs.
EA has revealed the full system requirements for F1 22's PC version, and you'll need quite a setup if you want to get the most out of the game.
Dual Entitlement isn't available for Standard Edition owners. Also, cross-gen multiplayer - and not cross-platform play - is supported.
F1 Sprint, new race options, and the introduction of supercars along with two-player split-screen, MyTeam and Career Mode also confirmed.
Electronic Arts and Codemasters are promising a "New Era of Formula 1" with the upcoming racing sim, which is rumored to feature supercars.
Codemasters has reportedly decided to not include Supercars in F1 2022's multiplayer, while cross-play has also been allegedly delayed until after the game's launch.
As per a new report, the game will also feature support for VR and cross-play, while the story mode will allegedly return in F1 2023.