MeIn the real world, F1 enjoys one of the hottest seasons to date.Regulation changes have made cars more competitive over the years, with the sneaky talented young charger Max Verstappen. Charles Leclerc It’s a thrilling experience. This year’s iteration of the officially licensed F1 video game F122 has the technical talent needed to take advantage of the ever-growing status of real sports.
But there is a problem – it’s ugly and very modern. F1 22 includes a new mode, F1 Life. This will result in Formula one driver. You are given an apartment, which allows you to assemble with glittering virtual furniture for your avatar, and attach accessories for your avatar with supercars and virtual clothing from real brands increase. Aside from the ultra-rich virtual image projection cloth ear tones, F1 Life is a previously unpolluted microtransaction when an unprecedented number of people rely on food banks and struggle to pay for energy. I come across as an ironic means of introducing racing games. This is exactly what FIFA / Madden giant EA Sports predicted when F1 developer Codemasters was acquired last year.
F1 Life’s virtual tat can be purchased in Pitcoin (yuck), an in-game currency that can be redeemed for real money, but it’s offered free in the game, at least without a randomized root box. Everything you can buy is superficial and does not affect gameplay. Still, I feel that the venerable franchise is a little dirty.
In orbit, the F1 22 excels even by the high standards of Codemasters. The new car has bigger wheels and thinner tires, so Codemasters had to come up with a whole new physics model, but it’s very convincing and feels significantly different from last year’s machine. .. There’s no story mode, but the F1 22 has a lot to do and is enhanced with wise tweaks. For example, My Team, which combines driving and team management, has three entry points, one of which allows you to start from the top. Challenge you to maintain the team and its status.
With numerous improvements, the F1 22 will be even more realistic. This strikingly surpasses Sky’s TV coverage, allowing novice drivers to switch on AI settings designed to complement their capabilities. On the other hand, turning off Driver Aid feels like a simulator. No other mainstream racing game can handle such a wide range of driving skills.
The F1 22 is technically great and should be appealing to F1 fans, coupled with the opportunity to drive this year’s car on this year’s truck. As long as they can manage to ignore the terrible F1 life.