Codemasters and EA Sports announced that the F1 23 will launch on June 16, 2023. Considering June 16 is the official release date, it wouldn’t be wrong to say it is arriving earlier than usual since F1 22 was released on July 1, 2022.
EA also announced that the game will have two editions: Standard Edition and Digital Champions Edition. F1 23 Standard Edition, which features seven-time F1 champion Lewis Hamilton, Lando Norris, and Charles Leclerc, as cover stars, will be released on June 16, while F1 23 Digital Champions Edition, featuring Max Verstappen as the cover star, will be released three days earlier (on June 13) with Early Access. Digital Champions Edition will give players some benefits, including 18,000 PitCoin.
F1 23 Braking Point 2
One of the best features is the narrative mode. Codemasters and EA Sports bring back a narrative mode with the second chapter of Braking Point.
The villain from the first chapter of Braking Point, F1 2021‘s narrative mode, Devon Butler, returns as the top driver for the fictional Konnersport Racing, as does Aiden Jackson, the younger of two playable drivers from the first chapter.
The sequel to Braking Point appears to be a mix of live-action and pre-rendered sequences, with real-life drivers, including Max Verstappen, taking part. It may feel like you are watching an episode of Drive to Survive featuring you as a star.
F1 23 New Features and New Circuits
For some F1 fans, F1 22 game was a disappointment; that’s why the expectations from F1 23 game are high.
As the news release highlighted, an improved controller technology will provide gamepad players “better control and confidence in those crucial race moments.”
Also, races can now be adjusted to 33% of their actual length. Currently, the options are full, half, quarter, or five laps.
And, as longtime fans have requested, red flag stoppages and restarts will be included in F1 2023 game for the first time.
In the new series of Formula 1 racing simulation games, you’ll also see the updated versions of all current circuits alongside new tracks like the brand-new Las Vegas Grand Prix, the returning Qatar Grand Prix, and three legacy circuits: Paul Ricard – France, Shanghai – China, and Portimao – Portugal.
F1 23 launches June 16 to consoles and PCs with two editions, Standard Edition and Digital Champions Edition. You can add the new series of Formula 1 racing simulations, F1 23, to your wishlist on PS Store for PS4 and PS5; on Xbox Store for Xbox One and Xbox Series X; and on Steam and Epic Games Store for PCs.