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F1 2020 The Game (Codemasters)
I have wondered how a development meeting at Codemasters is conducted for each coming release.

" We are the only popular racing game that doesn't support a mouse"
" A what"?
"We are the only popular racing game that doesn't do VR"
" V what" ?
" We are the only popular racing game that refuses to address FFB on any level"
"If we listened to "Folks Feed Back" we would have that mouse thingy you mentioned"
" We probably need a better Look to Apex implementation"
" This is not a geometry tool we are selling, apexes aren't necessary"
"We should bring in some the F1 drivers to see how we could improve the feel of the driving"
" We just use their license, not their opinion"

Meeting adjourned.
 
"Unless something absolutely incredible happens between now and July 10th, it very much looks like virtual racing fans will be able to drive 2020 Formula One cars before the real drivers of the series, as Codemasters remain on track to launch their newest Formula One videogame this July 10th."
Wut?
Nope.:geek:

1st race: July 3-5 (Spielberg)
2nd: July 10-12 (Spielberg again)

I hope I’m wrong but Europe is still in a mess, I’ll believe it when I see it.

If even one member of any team is diagnosed with COVID that will be it, back to square one, and I can see the season being cancelled.

Not saying it’s the same thing but I have running events in August being cancelled due to social distancing, quarantine regulations and so on. It’s just not possible for them to run events of any type safely when you have people traveling from all over the place.

Fingers crossed we get the race but they will have to be very careful with this one I feel.

Anyway back on subject. F1 2020 looking good, I won’t get it because I bought f1 2019 three months ago and due to work haven’t event tried it yet! lol.
 
I honestly cannot stand these city circuits. They have so many brilliant tracks that they dont use anymore like Turkey that would make a much better race to watch.
Agree.
To some extent. :geek:
I already said here somewhere... I learn to love Valencia track. And I honestly don't know many people who said that.
In general I love street circuits, maybe it's cause one of my earliest games was this one on my avatar.
And you have to had a lot of patience if you want to make a few clean laps on most of those tracks. :rolleyes:
I agree that this is not SPA or Sepang but still... wait until you do a few laps on it.
A few hundreds that's it :D
When you think about it... without the whole history and fame...
who with sane mind would said that he really loves Monaco ?
Right ?
 
Agree.
To some extent. :geek:
I already said here somewhere... I learn to love Valencia track. And I honestly don't know many people who said that.
In general I love street circuits, maybe it's cause one of my earliest games was this one on my avatar.
And you have to had a lot of patience if you want to make a few clean laps on most of those tracks. :rolleyes:
I agree that this is not SPA or Sepang but still... wait until you do a few laps on it.
A few hundreds that's it :D
When you think about it... without the whole history and fame...
who with sane mind would said that he really loves Monaco ?
Right ?

I understand where you're coming from and Monaco is just there these days for the fact its a way for the rich and famous to experience F1 on their doorstep. I get what you mean with the fact street tracks can be enjoyable to drive BUT they're all so flat its just not very exciting to watch.
 
I honestly cannot stand these city circuits. They have so many brilliant tracks that they dont use anymore like Turkey that would make a much better race to watch.

I like them in the Formula E, but also don't find them that good in F1. I do love Adelaide 1988 @ Automobilista 2 though.
 
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