Codemasters and Electronic Arts released a new trailer with information on all upcoming free content and updates for F1 2021. The clear highlight is Portimao, the venue for the Portuguese Grand Prix, which is available free of charge to all F1 2021 players* .
Also included is the updated performance data, which better reflects the 2021 season and the Aston Martin security car as a supplement to the existing Mercedes AMG GT R.
Portimao is the first of three circuits to be added to the F1 calendar of the 2021 FIA Formula 1 World Championship. The free update will allow us to rewrite history after Lewis Hamilton’s victory in May. Imola, the site of Max Verstappen’s first win of the season, will be available in October, followed by Jeddah in November, which will debut as the penultimate race of the season.
F1 2021 will also receive several updates for the rest of the F1 and F2 seasons. The dates are planned as follows: **
September 13, 2021
- Updated performance data
- New Aston Martin security car
- Free trial for Xbox and PlayStation
- F1 Sports update
- Jeddah road route
- F2 season 2021
said Paul Jeal, F1 Senior Franchise Director at Codemasters: “We’re excited to launch our first free track and to let our players know what’s in store for them in the next few months,”.
In addition, Xbox and PlayStation players can now test F1 2021 for free. The new test version is now available for download in the digital stores. The test makes it possible to experience the opening of Braking Point parallel to a Grand Prix in Monza and the opening weekend of My Team.
F1 2021, the official game for the FIA FORMULA ONE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP, offers several new highlights, including the exciting story mode “Braking Point”, the extended career mode, which allows two players to race together, and the real season start with the Possibility to enter the championship at any time, with the driver and constructor standings being taken over in real time.
*Online connection required
**Subject to changes
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