The latest officially licensed Formula 1 game, F1 2022, will be released on 1 July, Codemasters and Electronic Arts announced on Thursday.
As well as capturing F1's new cars and Sprint format, the game includes the soon-to-debut Miami International Autodrome and the major changes to Australia's Albert Park and Abu Dhabi's Yas Marina Circuit.
Other features are PC VR functionality, along with 'F1 Life', described as a new space to unlock and show off supercars, clothing, accessories and more.
There will also be the opportunity to choose between immersive and broadcast-style formation laps, Safety Car periods, and pit-stops.
More features will be shared by the game developers during the build up to launch.
Check out the announcement trailer below!
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