You will miss F1 2021 in two real F1 features

Codemasters has already released the trailer for the F1 movie 2021 and there’s really a lot to get excited about. This year’s annual Formula 1 game update brings a new story mode along with improvements to split-screen games and more. EA also announced the addition of three new tracks for the 2021 season after the game’s launch. However, the 2021 F1 will lose two important features. Read also – In-game F1 car offerings revealed: McLaren, RedBull Honda, Haas, and more

F1 2021 will not be able to account for mid-season venue changes. Thus, Istanbul Park Racecourse will not be on the track list in F1 2021. On the other hand, the game will continue with the selection of the original venue, thus including Canada despite its absence in the real world season. the information Come From esports F1 driver Benjamin Daly, aka Tiametmarduk on Twitter. Read also – The official F1 2021 promo has launched: Imola, story mode, next-generation graphics, and more

F1 2021 misses two real features

Aside from the absence of Istanbul Park, the 2021 F21 will also miss another real-world addition that we will see this year – the Sprint Race. The Sprint Racing concept was added by the FIA ​​a few weeks ago as part of the qualifiers. However, in a report from Jalopnik, Codemasters confirmed that it will not bring the Sprint Race into F1 2021 professional modes in the future. Read also – F1 2021 Imola and Portimao: Codemasters can add these racing tracks to the game

F1 2021 McLaren

This isn’t the first time that the official F1 game has missed real features and extras. Last year F1 2020 managed a completely different set of race venues in its career mode. He missed the alternative paths and continued with Zandvoort and Hanoi (Vietnam).

About a month ago, Codemasters confirmed that the F1 2021 will have the three new tracks that the FIA ​​added to this year’s Formula 1 season 2021. Players who purchase the game will have Portimao (Portugal), Imola (Italy) and Jeddah Street Circuit (Saudi Arabia) added as part of a future update free to download.

While not playing on these new tracks might definitely be annoying for F1 fans, Codemasters previously made it clear how difficult it can be to design new tracks for the game. It takes over a year for a new F1 race track to be adapted to get the authenticity right. Additionally, the COVID-19 pandemic has also added delays in designing new content for the game.

F1 2021 will be released on Steam (PC), Xbox and PlayStation platforms on July 16, the same weekend as the British Grand Prix.

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