In anticipation of the start of Formula 1’s debut Miami Grand Prix, Electronic Arts and Codemasters have lifted the ban on the release of a F1 22 racing simulator video showing this track.
For several days, journalists and bloggers have mastered the preview of F1 22. In particular, the Video Games Chronicle (VGC) portal. divided A 10 minute gameplay video where the player drove a 5 lap race in Miami.
Footage of F1 22 in the video was captured on a PC with an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 at 1080p and high graphics settings. VGC notes that the developers still have about two months to go, so it’s too early to judge the quality of the final assembly.
Blogger Alex Gillon (Alex Gillon), specializing in racing simulators and F1 in particular, decided to show one of the innovations of F1 22 – VR mode. The YouTuber used an Oculus Rift headset (via Air Link).
Unlike journalists from VGC, Gillon’s video focused directly on the process of driving and passing the circle, so the demonstration was unrivaled.
In addition, Electronic Arts itself released a trailer (see below) featuring a lap of the Miami circuit performed by Formula 1 driver Charles Leclerc, EA Sports’ official ambassador and one of the stars on the cover of F1 22 .
F1 22 will go on sale on July 1st this year for PC (Steam, Origin, Epic Games Store), PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X and S, but the Champions Edition also includes early access to the game from June 28th.