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F1 2017

Deep Silver
Aug 25, 2017 - PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 5

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88 / 100
8.9 / 10
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8 / 10
Hobby Consolas
82 / 100
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F1 2017 Trailers

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F1 2017 | CAREER TRAILER | Make History [US]

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Critic Reviews for F1 2017

As close as you can get to an F1 driver's life without being cussed by Sebastian Vettel.

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Codemasters delivers a detailed, deep and passionate take on motorsport's top tier that might be even more enjoyable than the real thing.

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8.9 / 10.0

F1 2017 isn't light years ahead of the already very good F1 2016 but the new cars, retro content, and the juiced-up career mode make a very strong case for the upgrade, and I really appreciated the enhanced force feedback on a wheel. Rich with details and faithful to just about everything that makes contemporary F1 tick, F1 2017 is about as good a simulation of a single, modern motorsport as you can get.

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F1 2017 is another superbly authentic recreation of modern F1. However, the sport's current complexity will be overwhelming for most, and the returning classic content is nowhere near as good as it should be.

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Codemasters sweeps the podium with the best Formula One game ever made.

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F1 2017 is a game that's as much fun to think about as it is to play, and as intriguing to plan out and strategize as it is to race. And it is a lot of fun to race, because so much of F1 2017's enjoyment comes from things built up over time, not the year-to-year bullet-point features of video gaming.

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F1 2017 offers the maximum excitement of the competition but it does not offer much new features respecting last season.

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F1 2017 is more than just a steady continuation of Codemasters' racing series, it's a major step forward that isn't content to simply rely on this year's new cars and regulations. From adding more R&D options to the career to having classic cars and invitational events help break up the long racing calendar, there's a lot to keep you engaged here. Not only that, but you can see that Codemasters have plenty of ways to continue to grow the series over the next few years.

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