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F1 24

Codemasters, Electronic Arts
May 31, 2024 - Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 5, PC, Xbox One, PlayStation 4

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PC Gamer
74 / 100
7 / 10
Metro GameCentral
9 / 10
Hobby Consolas
76 / 100
IGN Spain
7 / 10
IGN Italy
7 / 10
8 / 10
60 / 100
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F1 24 Trailers

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F1 24 Official Career Mode Deep Dive

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F1 24 Official Reveal Trailer

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F1 24 Official Announce Trailer

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Critic Reviews for F1 24

Less assured and sorely missing story mode, this feels like a downgrade over F1 23.

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In isolation, F1 24 remains a slick, deep, and marvellous motorsports experience, but it’s hard to argue it’s essential for returning players.

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Metro GameCentral

9 / 10
Metro GameCentral

The ability to play as real drivers adds a raft of new possibilities, in what is the most enjoyable and authentic Formula One game of the modern era.

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F1 24 is too much of a continuity and there wouldn't be as much of a problem if it hadn't tinkered with a physics and handling system that now feels worse than the last installment. The considerable improvement of the career mode is a positive thing, although the lack of other new features leaves us with a solid game, but without major incentives.

Review in Spanish | Read full review

F1 24 is not the definitive simulation experience, but it is an improvement over previous installments of the saga in terms of physics and simulation. It is also interesting for the number of options and possibilities to make it a game that is quite accessible to all types of audiences, with a special mention for the new and renewed career mode.

Review in Spanish | Read full review

F1 24 is a good starting point for those approaching the world of Formula 1 games for the first time, but if you are looking for substantial new features and mechanics compared to previous games, you will probably be disappointed.

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F1 24 delivers a long-awaited overhaul of Career Mode and new physics and handling mechanics to deliver the most immersive experience to date, but falls a little short of being a truly worthwhile reason to upgrade from last year’s game.

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If you’ve eagerly anticipated this year’s entry into Codemasters’ popular F1 series, I hate to say that you might be better off sticking to F1 23. Time will tell if the developers can correct the issues plaguing the handling system. I anticipate they’ll have a fix released sooner rather than later, given that even professionals like Lando Norris have admitted that F1 24 feels awkward and unrealistic. If you’re committed to jumping in this year, do so with your expectations in check. Even if Codemasters fixes F1 24’s most glaring issues, the fact still remains that this is an excessively minor update.

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