F1 2015 Summary
Codemasters has announced in its official blog that a major new patch will be coming to their Formula racing sim, F1 2015. in addition to the numerous multiplayer, AI and game fixes, the patch includes enhancements for high end PCs that will allow the game to take advantage of 6 and 8 core systems.
Codemasters has released the system requirements for F1 2015, ahead of its release on July 10. This year's entry is actually designed with next-gen consoles and modern PCs in mind, so it should be a bit of a visual upgrade from last year's
This time around there's quite a gap between the minimum and recommended specs, so presumably the game will scale down quite nicely for those without monster systems, while still looking sharp on high-end setups. Here's the specs:
has announced F1 2015 will remain in the pits another month, so it won't be coming out in June but will instead release July 10th.
They've also released the first teaser which has precious few moments of actual gameplay. This new F1 title is built using a new game engine and a physics-based handling model.
The latest installment in their Formula One racing franchise, F1 2015, will arrive this June on PC, Codemasters have confirmed.
Developed using a brand new engine, F1 2015 boasts revamped handling and physics from the engine and transmission to the suspension, tires and everything in between.