F1 2020 Reviews
F1 2020 is racing perfection.
F1 2020 is the most accessible Formula One game to-date. And the MyTeam is hands-down the best mode of the past few years. It allows you to forge a path all your own, and truly get invested in the things that take place as both an owner and a driver. Codemasters strips what didn't work in F1 2019, kept what did, and then built on that. The result is that while the real 2020 season of Formula One is abbreivated, F1 2020 is bigger and better than ever before.
Put simply, F1 2020 is the most fun, customisable, immersive and realistic official F1 racing game ever made.
Writing a conclusion for the Formula One game is always difficult as the core concept of the game hardly changes from year to year, but this year's effort has undoubtedly taken a big step forward. The ability to make and manage your own F1 team is something which racing fans can only dream of, and the way Codemasters has achieved this with F1 2020 is remarkable. The way it gradually grows over time like a carefully-watered plant, without overwhelming players with high-level F1 politics (crucially not making it too mundane, either) makes the entire experience very rewarding.
All in all I have to say once I got out my gamepad this game became a blast to play. Codemasters did one hell of a job giving a sense of speed and realism when playing this game.
F1 2020 is one of the greatest racing experiences that you can play, Codemasters created a masterpiece here. From the new My Team content and regular old-school split-screen racing everything is done with the utmost attention. It looks fantastic, it plays fantastic, F1 2020 is fantastic.
F1® 2020 is an amazing step in the right direction for Codemasters. By adding the My Team mode to the series, it gives this racing game a different personality; one sprinkled with adventure elements, and it works.
Easily the best F1 game ever made, rammed full of content that reads like the fans' wish list. Edge of the seat racing backed up by a hearty team management sim, split screen racing and audio and visuals which are edging ever closer to perfection.
As the final F1 game of the generation, F1 2020 goes out with a bang, making it a must play for anyone, racing fan or not.
This is the pinnacle of Formula 1 in videogame form. In a year fraught with difficulties for real world motorsport, Codemasters have delivered a solid experience that should keep you in the hot seat, especially with the immersion factor of the new My Team mode.
Codemasters finishes its 10 year journey into making a F1 game being meaningful with its best offering so far whilst still retaining their identity — something that most developers working with big IPs often struggle with. It’s the most balanced both from a newcomer or enthusiast standpoint and its MyTeam Mode is the renewal that the franchise needed.
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F1 2020 most definitely cements the fact that Codemasters have an unfaltering love for the sport and will go through many lengths to make sure the qualms of their F1 fanbase are heard loud and clear. The game builds on everything F1 2019 brought to the franchise, and then some. It looks phenomenal and proves its worth as the best franchise to invest in for F1 fans. Although F1 2020 comes in at the tail end of the console generation, it most definitely wins pole position thanks to exceptional gameplay and a whole lot of love and dedication from the developers.
F1 2020 is the best game that has been made with the Formula 1 World Championship license, achieving excellence in visual and playable terms and offering the largest range of modes and content seen in an official game.
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This is the most complete arrangement passage to date. It has full Formula 2 season, trailed by up to 10 back-to-back crusades in the charming Formula 1 profession.
You won’t find a more complete racing experience in gaming. In the grand scheme of things, Codemasters does most things as well if not better than every other developer of racing games in the industry.
If this is how F1 goes out on current-gen, Codemasters should be proud of where it's taken the series, not only in making it more open and accessible to players of all skill levels, but also in bringing unprecedented depth, detail and immersion. Make no mistake, F1 2020 is the best Formula One game money can buy and a stellar racing experience in its own right.
F1 2020 is a series at its peak and claims pole position as we move into a new console generation
F1 2020 is simultaneously the deepest yet most accessible Codemasters Formula One experience to date.
Codemasters' stewardship of the F1 licence finally gets into top gear with a thrillingly rigorous simulation that also makes every effort to make its appeal as broad as possible.
All things considered, F1 2020 offers a fantastic experience for Formula 1 fanatics.