F1 24 Release Timings Revealed for Standard and Champions Editions

The racing sim goes live on May 28th at 8 AM PDT for Champions Edition owners and May 31st at the same time for everyone else.

Posted By | On 27th, May. 2024

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Codemasters’ next iteration in the F1 series is upon us with the launch of F1 24. In a new Steam post, the developer outlined the exact timings Standard and Champions Edition players can access the racing sim.

The latter receive early access on May 28th at 8 AM PDT (or May 29th, 1 AM AEST,) while the former can start playing on May 31st at the same time. EA Play subscribers can also look forward to the five-hour trial on May 28th at 8 AM PDT.

F1 24 will be available for PC, Xbox Series X/S, PS4, PS5 and Xbox One. It features several improvements and changes to last year’s iteration, including the new Dynamic Handling model, a new temperature mode for tyres, and aerodynamic modeling changes.

There’s also a new Driver Career mode where players can select real-world drivers and follow their journeys through the sport, achieving accolades and driving the direction of research and development. Check out our interview with senior creative director Lee Mather for more information.


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