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F1 2021 release date set for July on PC, Xbox, PlayStation

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F1 2021 will be the first Codemasters title to be released under the EA banner, heading to Windows PC, Xbox and PlayStation from 16 July.

The racing title will include a new story mode called Breaking Point, one Codemasters says has been “years in the making”.

In it, you’ll start out in Formula 2 and drive your way up into the big show. The mode will immerse “players into the glamorous world of F1, giving a taste of the lifestyle both on and off the track: the rivalries, emotion and dedication needed to compete at the highest level,” EA and Codemasters advised.

You’ll also be able to tackle career mode with a friend in a two-player affair.

F1 2021 will be EA’s first F1 title since 2003’s F1 Career Challenge and heads to Windows PC, Xbox One, Xbox Series S, Xbox Series X, PS4 and PS5 from 16 July. Take a look at it below.

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