'F1 2011' trailer summarizes real race season
Codemasters have put together a mid-season recap prior to the sport's August 28 return, showing off the real season's memorable moments alongside their new game's graphical finery.
Sebastian Vettel's consistency gives him an 85 point lead ahead of the Belgian GP on August 28 but, as F1 2011 reminds us, Webber, Hamilton, Alonso and Button are within touching distance of each other.
The recap allows F1 2011 to set out its stall: official racecar liveries, circuits, and drivers supported by vehicle damage, weather effects, and safety cars.
And, as F1 2011 arrives relatively late on in the race calendar, its creators are understandably enthusiastic to underlining players' ability to recreate (or rectify) results thus far.
The game is out on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC on September 20 in North America and September 23 worldwide, three weeks before Forza Motorsport 4 and a good month and a half prior to Need for Speed: The Run.
F1 2011 - "Season So Far" Gameplay Trailer: http://youtu.be/Lq-SNB1Hwls
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