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F1 2020 F1 2020 | New F2 2020 Cars Are Here

F1 2020 The Game (Codemasters)

Paul Jeffrey

RaceDepartment Editor-in-Chief
It took a little while longer than initially expected, but recent days have seen the addition of the 2020 season F2 cars added to Codemasters F1 2020 game - for free!
  • New build update.
  • F2 2020 cars added.
  • Tyre wear update.
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Yes, sim racers who want to see if they can re-enact the championship winning exploits of Mick Schumacher now have the opportunity in F1 2020, as a new update for the racing title recently deployed to Steam that brings the 2020 F2 cars, teams, drivers and liveries to the game for the very first time.

Anyone familiar with F1 2020 will be aware that the Formula One supporting series was already present within the game from launch, in 2019 form, with Codemasters promising a 2020 update would be forthcoming at some point later in the year. Well, that time is now, and new content is here to play!

So, what is different other than drivers and liveries? Well of course the 2020 cars feature the larger wheels that will be coming to the main series in future years, which should have an impact on handling characteristics over and above how the current model feels, providing an interesting challenge to freshen up the playing experience for gamers.

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As part of the free F2 update, Codemasters have also deployed a small new update, details of which you can find below;
  • Added the F2™ 2020 Season Vehicles - you can find out more about the F2™ cars here
  • Addressed an issue where French and Spanish audio would not be available for specific regions
  • Addressed an issue for Xbox One X users where audio could cut out when near other cars
  • Tyre wear will now correctly be tracked when leaving/joining a session
  • Weather forecast is now correct in full qualifying
  • Tyre icons are now aligned on the spectator HUD regardless of the number of laps completed

Original Source: Codemasters F1

F1 2020 is available now, on both console and PC.

Formula One videogame fans have a great place to get together and ask questions, discuss the title and generally hang out with like-minded fans - check out the F1 2020 sub forum here at RaceDepartment and start up a new thread today!

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2020 cars and we are almost in 2021...

Considering GTR2 was released in 2006 and it features the FIA GT Championship 2003 and 2004 seasons, I'd say it's not bad at all.

Great game, I wish the handling was a bit more on the simulation side (it feels a bit dumb especially at low speeds) but it provides great fun and awesome racing as is. Quite frankly, when it comes to actually simulate a real world series with all the specific rules, nothing comes close to the F1 games.

F2 cars drive very well, I think I also prefer them over the big boys.
Can anyone verify if the F2 2020 drivers enter the MyTeam/Career driver pool after the first season? I was only waiting for the driver pool to be changed.
Can anyone verify if the F2 2020 drivers enter the MyTeam/Career driver pool after the first season? I was only waiting for the driver pool to be changed.

no they arent.... i've checked and disappointed about it, not a lot of work to let them avalaible at least after 1 MyTeam season to reflect the ''2021'' season but no, they didnt