It’s a shame that F1 2015’s planned release was pushed back to July 10th, because it means that Codemasters will miss out on riding some of the excitement that always surrounds the British Grand Prix weekend.
But that doesn’t mean they can’t capture some of that same spirit, and are aiming to do so with this latest trailer for the game, focussing on the specific features and game modes from this rendition of the sport.
Things like the Championship Season, which has a new “broadcast presentation” style, and the Pro Season, which strips away all of the assists and forces you to race from within the cockpit view of these cars across 100% race destances and full weekends. These modes come alongside content to let you replicate the 2014 season (like having a German GP), and a new game engine built from the ground up for the current generation of consoles.
We previously went hands on with F1 2015 in April, as well as speaking to Codemasters’ Stephen Embling about the transition that Codemasters were making.
Source: YouTube via press release