F1 2019 Game Review


The F1 series has good earnings for the demand for sim-based racing. If you want to feel the full torque and acceleration of your machine and think you can control the beast, go ahead. It’s just a challenge for F1 2019, but it’s not the only metric by which this game should be judged or the only one by which it succeeds. Codemaster’s F1 series isn’t just for hardcore racers and F1 diehards. It is for anyone who wants to race on edge, who wants to build a top-flight organization, and who wants to bend after season and test their metal turns after the season.

The world of F1 is endless in its competition. Whether on the track, in the R&D division of teams, or among rival drivers in your organization. It is all in F1 2019, and importantly, it puts them in the reach of drivers of all abilities. The F1 car responds to acceleration, braking and control, along with a variety of familiar assistants such as rewinding and changing difficulty settings. Regardless of your playing style, you get tense and triumphant moments. When a competitor threatens to smash you directly in the back with his CRS, just have a hard dive in a corner and hold on to it. In typical gameplay terms, braking feels a natural touch to lift this year. But it’s not difficult to adjust, and I can manage it without losing time or position.

The addition of F2 racing in some areas provides an additional challenge by cars that are difficult to control, whether it slows them into corners or controls them on exit. General Chat Lounge, The Feeder Series,’ is used as a career mode intro, and although the two drivers you meet through Cutscene in F2 follow you into F1, their presence and effectiveness as a storytelling device are once released when you’re in F1. Is. For instance, I defeated Devin Butler, my long-running nemesis, in my F2 Day contest, and I didn’t even get a glimpse of my victory.

Thankfully, the relatively small inclusion of F2 in Career Mode does not shout out how good overall is in Career Mode. This year is the ability to limit practice sessions to a modicum of resource points for your R&D department – a great way to give more casual player options, which rewards those who want to invest time. Career mode is full of such balance. Does Part One R&D Fail? You can work hard to get points to try again, as well as buy a sustainability upgrade for the right department to help you next time. Lose the contested match? You can still grow your reputation by getting team upgrades and permissions during the next contract-negotiation session. Even when I wasn’t doing well, it didn’t feel like the beginning of the end – just the beginning of my next opportunity.

You can also find variations in the new user-created League Multiplayer feature. Creating or participating in a league is secure, and I appreciate options such as having a fixed day for competition or leaving it to the discretion of all involved and the ability of A.I. The car is present on the track but not in league position — however, the haunted A.I. The difference between Cars and non-ghosted real players get confused when going into every corner during the race.

You should play F1 2019 not just because you are an F1 fan or the hottest thing ever to get in the cockpit. Do it because you want to feel the thrill, the heartbreak and the satisfaction of competing at ridiculously high speeds. Trust me, you do.