Back in March, Codemasters confirmed when it will release the F1 2015 title. This will be the first F1 title released for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One so naturally there are quite a bit of people waiting for this game. Codemasters didn’t send out that many updates after confirming the F1 2015 release date in March, it has news now but I’m afraid it’s not good news.


Codemasters has confirmed that F1 2015 release has been delayed. In the announcement it doesn’t provide a reason for this decision, only that the release has been moved forward in North America, UK, Europe and Australia as well as Brazil.

F1 2015 runs on an all new engine and brings the new championship season and new pro season modes. It will also allow gamers to play the 2014 FIA Formula One World Championship.

The title also includes broadcast-style presentation and voice integration with the PlayStation Camera and Kinect, this will allow players to ask questions about race information, weather and request tyre changes.

To soften the blow of the delay Codemasters has released a new trailer which shows off the gameplay of F1 2015 for the very first time, it’s a very short trailer but it does offer a glimpse of what’s to come.

F1 2015 will now be released for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC on July 10th in Europe, UK and Australia. North America gets it on July 21st while fans in Brazil will have to wait until July 24th.

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