Friday, May 20, 2022

F1 2022 Opens Up about Cutting New Features

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F1 2022 has created craziness among the fan. The latest Electronic Arts and Codemasters also have yet to set officially declare  F1 2022, but there also have been contained a number of reports from such the reputable origins regarding the game, it has been contained such inside Tom Henderson. Last time, Henderson said, this year’s game will include some cross-play, VR support, and also the addition of supercars.

When all the aspects are still planned apparently, Henderson’s new report reveals that supercars also now have diminished the role from what was reported in the past. They will still be going to appear in the game, and they just only can use in solo modes, and not in multiplayer.

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Henderson goes on to tell that the updates to supercars also had been apparently going made as “Formula One Management (FOM)”, the lead operating company of the Formula One  Group also requested for the supercar inclusion to be scaled back. Now there is such unclear the reason for requesting to make up that, it seems Henderson speculates as it could also have been the result of such negative feedback from F1 fans who have been following much of the original reporting with inclusion.


We will like to remind you that all those are just rumors, and also have been treated until we get some type of announcement from EA and Codemasters. Henderson already has a very strong track record when it comes to rumors, and is also about the sourcing tends for the fairly strong hints. In the video game industry, all the plans are constantly changing, and F1 2022 has not even been dropped officially. It is assuming that the announcements come soon as fans can get such clarification about the expectation.

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Electronic Arts also confirmed the purchase of Codemasters in the previous year. The deal is worth $1.2 billion. In this franchise F1, 2021 was the first game in this series revealed by EA since the purchase got finalized and also revealed the mostly strong review in July.

The quite interesting facts are to see how the series will continue to engage under EA, and also a how m some of their planning has been changed embraced as a player. For further updates, we have to wait to see.

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