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F1 22 game release date and best deals on Playstation, Xbox and PC

Take to the grid in the latest racing sim from Codemasters

Jasper Pickering
Thursday 30 June 2022 11:18
<p>F1 2022 will be launching on 1 July 2022. </p>

F1 2022 will be launching on 1 July 2022.

The next instalment in the official Formula 1 racing game series is released on 1 July 2022 on the PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox series X/S and PC. In our review of F1 22, we said: “With exciting new developments in the sport, F1 22 has done well to keep up with the rules and regulations, as well as giving players plenty of options to play with off the grid.”

Developed by Codemasters and now published by EA, F1 22 is the latest entry and will be based on the current season of the Formula 1 World Championship.

F1 21 made some significant changes to the franchise when it was released last year, and the latest instalment will include the new rules and regulations that debuted in 2022. Players can look forward to racing on the Miami Grand Prix for the first time, as well as being able to race in the F2 2021 season with the option to build your own F1 team from the ground up.

It’s a good time to check out some deals so you can get the copy that’s right for you at a reasonable price. If you’ve been struggling to get your hands on a PS5 or an Xbox series X but want to upgrade your last-gen copy once you make the switch, then the “Champions Edition” of the game will give you dual entitlement as well as additional content.

To find out where to find the best deal on F1 22 and what the Champions Edition will include, keep reading the rest of the article below.

What’s included in the Champions Edition of ‘F1 22’?

As well as including either the PS/PS5 or Xbox One/Xbox series X/S versions of the game, the Champions Edition will also give players access to the following:

  • Miami-Themed Content
  • 3 Days Early Access
  • F1 Life starter pack
  • F1 22 new era content
  • New “My Team” icons
  • 18,000 PitCoin (in-game currency)

Does ‘F1 22’ have crossplay?

It’s been confirmed that crossplay will be available on F1 22 but at a later date. Crossplay will enable players on different systems to race against each other online, meaning that if you have an Xbox, you will be able to play with a PlayStation or PC owner online.

Currently there is no timeline on when this feature will be implemented but players should expect to see it appear in an update after the game has launched.

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