F1 2017 Will Hit the Tarmac This August
F1 2016, was a great title, there is no denying that. But just like the real F1, the titular game was equally uneventful. Yes – mechanically, and visually it was great, but the career mode, and all the other single and multiplayer components of the title, had a tendency to get stale within a couple of hours. And it looks like Codemasters, the developers of the title have learned their lesson, as the sequel to F1 2016, F1 2017 will feature a wide array of classic F1 vehicles.
Classic F1 vehicles will be a part of each and every copy of the title, which is set to be released on the 25th of August of this year. At launch, only 11 vehicles will be availible to use throughout all the modes, including the career mode, however, 12th, and likely final classic F1 vehicle, McLaren MP4/4, will be available to purchase at a later date. However, if you are a F1 enthusiast, and you can’t possibly wait, to get the car at a later date, you can alternatively get it on the day of F1 2017 release, as the abovementioned McLaren, will come with each pre-ordered, and ‘day One’ version of the title.
F1 2017 will be released on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC, in all its glory on the 25th of August of 2017, and is likely to cost £40 in retail environment, and between £50-£60, on the console digital store fronts. You can have your first look at the title by watching the trailer situated below, which showcases the aforementioned classic F1 vehicles.