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Has There Ever Been a Track Added?

Discussion in 'F1 2011 - The Game' started by SteveGee, Oct 9, 2011.

  1. Was just wondering if there's ever been a track added to the list in any of CM's Ego engined games in the past.

    F1 2010 has Bahrain and Hockenheim, which were off the calender in 2011...Bahrain due to civil unrest and Hockenheim due to the German rotation. If you look at "career progression", Hockenheim would be run in your second season instead of the Nuburgring.

    Would have been a nice touch if CM would have thought about adding that possible track rotation, since they paid for the license in 2010 and we all ran at Hockenheim in 2010, too.
  2. I don't think there has been. And I agree the rotation would be nice, but isn't there some doubt about Hockenheim in the future (like Fuji bowing out of their rotation with Sazuka)?
  3. It's on the 2012 calender...at least for now. As we've seen this year, races can be dropped.
  4. I'd doubt it because then there would be no point in releasing 2012 as a game
  5. I think unfortunately this is the reason there aren't new car and track DLC's

    It would be great for CM to release aa fully optimized and carefully worked on "F1 the Game" and have some staple tracks and allow you to purchase a 2010 pack, 2011 pack, 2012 pack...and so on, maybe even some vintage packs as well. but they will never do this.
  6. i know nurburgring nordschleife isn't on the calender any more but it would be great if they added it as a time trial only sorta thing... or let people race on it in multiplayer.
  7. That would be amazing. Imola and Magny Cours etc
  8. Or even some or the circuits pre-modification, ie The high speed end of Barcelona, original Silverstone, the forests of Hockenheim etc
  9. The answer is a big NO.

    Codemasters have the licence for the 2011 championship. This means only 2011 teams, cars, and tracks are available, and is very much likely to remain that way.