Electronic Arts reveals news for F1 2022

Deepak Gupta May 30, 2022
Updated 2022/05/30 at 6:11 PM

Electronic Arts and Codemasters recently revealed news about F1 2022, whose release date is fast approaching.

The news now revealed refer to changes made to some tracks. Come see…

This year's edition of Electronic Arts' F1 series, which has been developed by Codemasters, F1 2022, is about to hit the market.

This time, there are many news that have been revealed over the last few months, creating strong expectations around the game. Recently, news was revealed about some of the changes that some tracks have undergone and that the game reproduces perfectly.


Circuits in Spain, Australia and Abu Dhabi

Changes were made to the circuits in Spain, Australia and Abu Dhabi, thus reproducing what exists on the circuits in the real world. All of these improvements fit into the game's philosophy of promoting greater realism to what is happening in reality, such as the introduction of new cars and regulations for the 2022 FIA Formula One World Championship.

  • Spain - Turn 10 sees a new layout that matches the ones introduced in real life for the postponed 2021 race. Turns 10-14 has updated off-track areas alongside various “sausage kerbs” around the circuit.
  • Australia - Albert Park Circuit has been remodeled with LIDAR data, with more detailed height and camber. The exterior areas see the walls repositioned and the sidewalks replaced by new versions of photogrammetry. There are multiple changes to the circuit with a new layout for the 1, 3, 6, 8/9 (replacement of the chicane), 11, 12 and 13
  • Abu Dhabi - Turn 5 at Yas Marina, where Verstappen passed Hamilton to secure the 2021 Formula One World Championship™, changed with the chicane removed before the hairpin. The hairpin also came to the front adding more flow. Turn 9 chicane and 90 degree turns are now a single camouflaged turn, replacing turns 11-14. Finally, turns 13-15 have been rounded around the hotel to allow cars to follow more closely.


F1 2022 will be released on July 1, 2022, for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC via the EA App, Origin, Steam and Epic Store. However, it is also now known that players can pre-order the F1 Champions Edition 2022 digitally only for additional content and three days early access.

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