|Game Title:||F1 2021|
|Game Publisher:||Electronic Arts|
|Initial Release Date:||15 Jul 2021|
|Genre:||Racing, Simulation, Sports|
It’s probably obvious to everyone that F1® 2021 is a game aimed at Formula 1 fans, so all the other players want to avoid this title. It’s not a pleasant casual production, like the Project Cars or the DRT series, where we’ll sit for 20-40 minutes after work to have some fun before the real-life duties call.
The F1 world was about to change this year, thanks to radical new regulations and car possibilities. However, like many things during epidemics, the changes were delayed until 2022 – leaving F1 in a 12-month holding pattern. The 2021 season of real-life seemed ready to give some surprises, but the fact is that this season has been the most exciting championship so far.
Dubbed the breaking point, the story of the F1 2021 revolves around a pair of very different drivers: the rogue Eden Jackson, a talented British man who still has some important things to know about the F1 Paddock, and Caspar Ackerman, a Dutch traveler. Man who has a great career that is mostly behind.
F1 2021: A Racing Game
Depending on your preference, Jackson and Ackerman will race for one of five selected teams – Williams, Haas, Alfa Romeo, Alpha Tory, and Racing Point (who becomes Aston Martin during the story). These imaginary drivers will remove the real-life drivers in the team of your choice, but the rest of the grid will consist of real F1 stars for the 2020 and 2021 seasons – except one. Another driver of the remaining four select teams will be replaced by Codemasters resident F1 Reptile, Devon Butler, who has returned from his brief appearance as an opponent for a slightly larger role this time around at the start of F1 2019.
- Coup career of two new players
- more aggressive ai (they defend more than in previous games)
- Overall handling is more difficult.
- The physics of conflicting vehicles (some curbs can be removed, others sometimes twist you for no reason, in the meantime, AI can only hit those curbs as if they don’t exist)
- New tracks are not included yet but will come later (Portimao, Amola, Jeddah)
- Melbourne and Abu Dhabi are still outdated and will not be updated.
- Some corners will give you massive enterprise, while AI can only pass as if they have 2020 downforce levels (especially Zandvoort and Silverstone).
The cut scenes are well done, especially considering that they really are the opposite of anything the Codemasters F1 team has tried before, and the overall performance is reasonably accurate. It’s also lovely to see real F1 superstars pop up in the midst of Jackson and Ackerman’s story.
It takes a long time for a breaking point to form in any real Crescendo, and once it does, it collapses quite quickly. I was particularly surprised that I finally knew so little about Jackson. If this is the launchpad for more of Jackson’s travel stories, and it certainly feels that way, it would be nice to learn more about his backstory.
System Requirements F1 2021 Game
- OS: Windows 10 64-bit (Version 1709) | For Ray Tracing: Windows 10 64-bit (Version 2004)
- Processor: Intel Core i3-2130 or AMD FX 4300
- Memory: 8 GB RAM
- Graphics: NVIDIA GTX 950 or AMD R9 280 | For Ray Tracing: GeForce RTX 2060 or Radeon RX 6700 XT
- Hard Drive: 80 GB available space
- Sound Card: DirectX Compatible
How to Install F1 2021 For PC?
- Extract the file using “Winrar”.
- Open the “F1 2021- PC Free Now” >> folder.
- Click on “Setup” and install it.
- Click on the “Game” icon to play the game.
|File Size: 64.06 GB||Download Here|