Codemasters released a new trailer for F1 2015 which showcases the upcoming racer’s features. The game will be released on July 10th 2015 for PC along with making its debut on now current-gen consoles.
The all-new Championship Season is the central game mode in F1 2015 promises to deliver the most immersive F1 experience yet, thanks to an all-new broadcast presentation style that recreates the unique race day atmosphere of a Grand Prix. Brand new session intro sequences reflect the spectacle of the sport, along with the build up and excitement of each race, as well as the championship season narrative as it unfolds for the player.
“Our new Championship Season and Pro Season modes deliver a much more engaging and fluid Formula One championship experience than ever before”, commented Lee Mather, Principal Games Designer, Codemasters.
“The race weekend is more than just the in-car and on track experience. Observing your driver working with his team during practice and qualifying and listening to the new commentary that sets the scene for the race and season standings is now present for the gamer. Then seeing the busy grid before a race, with all the flavour and character of it, into the race itself, the new television style cameras and replays, and finally the iconic podium celebrations all add to that race experience. The immersion is further enhanced with the voice recognition technology available for Xbox One and PlayStation 4 consoles, allowing players to engage with their race engineer through in-game voice commands with Kinect for Xbox One and the PlayStation®Camera or compatible headsets and microphones for PlayStation 4.”
“For those gamers who want the ultimate challenge, then the new Pro Season mode, which ramps up all the settings to the most realistic possible, is really for them”, added Mather. “Full 100% race distances, full practice and qualifying sessions, the most competitive A.I. settings, no flashbacks with which to correct mistakes, all locked into cockpit view with minimal HUD assistance…Pro Season will truly separate the weekend drivers from the experts!”