F1 2021 video game trailer reveals exciting new features, especially in Career Mode and My Team

Codemasters’ F1 2021 has dropped a new Features trailer, and it reveals some exciting new features.

The game is a month away from releasing, and fans are waiting to get their hands on it. As is customary, the new game will have added features for gamers, and plenty of them at that. The Features trailer shows fans what they can expect when the game hits the stores.

The game will include a fresh story mode. Titled ‘Braking Point’, it will have a lot of stunning cinematics and some new characters.

The story is centred on Aiden Jackson, an F2 driver with big dreams. Players will control him behind the wheel, and follow him on his journey from F2 to the pinnacle of F1. The story will involve some drivers and other personnel part of F1, and will also have characters like Casper Ackerman. It will also bring back the critically acclaimed antagonist Devon Butler.

‘My Team’ will also receive major changes, particularly in performance updates. Drivers will now be able to receive tweaks to their driving stats depending on how they perform on track. The new Real-Season Start feature is also a welcome addition, as it will allow players to join from any point in time during the F1 season.

Added bonuses

Meanwhile, the Deluxe Edition of the game promises even more unique content. If you purchase it, you can gain access to iconic drivers. The main attractions of the group ar Ayrton Senna and Michael Schumacher. Other icons include Alain Prost, Nico Rosberg, Jenson Button, Felipe Massa and David Coulthard.

The Deluxe Edition also grants 18,000 PitCoins, Braking Point Content Pack, exclusive customisation content, and tree days of early access of the game.

Perhaps most interestingly, the game now has a two-player career mode. Friends can now race against each other online or play locally. Given how amazing the standard career mode is, this is an exciting addition and should be massive fun.

F1 2021 hits stores on July 16, 2021. It releases across all platforms, whether it is Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, Xbox One, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, or PC. If you can’t wait to take to the track and melt some tyres, you are not alone.

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