F1 2018, the latest grand prix racing sim from Codemasters, is set to release for the PC, PS4, and Xbox One on August 24, the same weekend that the Belgian Grand Prix is due to take place. That's just three short months away.
"Career mode has been further expanded" according to Paul Jean, F1 franchise director at developer Codemasters. There are also more "classic cars" slated to be added to F1 2018 when it releases in August 2018, although as of right now we're not exactly sure what these vehicles could be.
Although the press release from publisher Koch Media mentions that F1 2018 would be coming to the Xbox One X and PS4 Pro systems, it's not known what the enhancements for each console will be.
Last year's F1 2017 was received incredibly well, averaging a 9/10 rating on Steam from critics and users alike, and an 86/100 rating on Metacritic. Expect to hear more about F1 2018 over the coming months, especially considering there's merely three months until the game releases worldwide.
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