Publisher EA Sports and developer Codemasters have launched a brand new video for F1 23, presenting a complete deep dive into the upcoming racing title’s gameplay. The video, which is simply episode 1 of F1 23‘s deep dives, may be seen beneath.
The video goes by means of fairly a couple of new gameplay options coming to F1 23, together with new physics dealing with, new controller choices, the brand new Red Flag characteristic, and the addition of two new tracks to the sport.
Changes to F1 23‘s physics mannequin implies that gamers will really feel the distinction in how their vehicles management in three key areas: acceleration, braking, and rotation. The studio used suggestions from actual F1 drivers like Anthony Davidson in designing the brand new dealing with mannequin for the sport.
Players that use common controllers for F1 23 will be capable of make use of the brand new Precision Drive Technology, which permits gamers to calibrate and alter settings round to have an effect on how their vehicles will management in extremely fantastic element. This additionally consists of having the ability to edit how a lot suggestions gamers will really feel by means of their controller’s vibration.
Players can now additionally use the brand new 35% Race Distance characteristic to make races play out in a smaller quantity of time, however nonetheless retain key points of realism that the franchise is understood for. This permits gamers to chop races down from real-life lengths of between 44 to 78 laps right down to a extra handy and fast-paced quantity of laps.
The Red Flags system coming to F1 23 screens monitor circumstances to find out whether or not a digital security automobile, a full security automobile, or a pink flag must be deployed. The sensitivity of the brand new characteristic may be adjusted in the sport’s settings.
Red flags may be triggered in a quantity of methods, comparable to particles on the monitor, vehicles stopping on the monitor, and excessive climate circumstances. The video notes that whereas AI vehicles can set off pink flags, the frequency of pink flags will likely be greater in multiplayer races.
Finally, the video reveals that the Las Vegas and Quatar race tracks will likely be coming to the sport, with the Las Vegas course being the primary time even actual F1 drivers can take a look at the monitor. Fan favorite circuits like Shanghai and Paul Ricard may even be returning in F1 23.
The video ends by revealing that episode 2 of the deep dive collection of movies will likely be popping out on May 19.