Two-player split screen play returns to the series with F1 2020, alongside traditional multiplayer options. There are also new accessibility settings to tweak the difficulty and challenge of the game, which are additional to the ‘core’ F1 and F2 modes, which remain as ‘intense’ simulations.F1 2020 is set to launch on July 10 on PS4, Xbox One, PC, and Google Stadia. Alongside the standard version there are two special editions: the F1 Seventy Edition, which celebrates seventy years of Formula One with a set of in-game items, and the Michael Schumacher Deluxe Edition, which exclusively features four of the legendary driver’s famous cars: the Jordan 191, Benetton B194, Benetton B195, and Ferrari F1-2000.
The real F1 racing season has been postponed due to COVID-19, and so virtual races have been taking place instead, performed in F1 2019. To see how the previous year’s entry shaped up, check out our F1 2019 review.
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