Experience the Action in EA Sports F1 24 Closer with Dynamic Handling

Get ready for a more genuine race experience. EA Sports

EA Sports officially revealed that full feature of F1 24. In this game, players get the chance to feel closer to the action through the Dynamic Handling. They'll also be able to have a more authentic race experience with the changes made on the circuits. There's no question that there's a lot to be excited about with this upcoming title.

The game is coming out on May 31 and to be available for the PC as well as the PlayStation and Xbox consoles. In addition to the Standard Edition, players can also choose to get the Champions Edition which has Max Verstappen on the cover.

Dynamic Handling

Working closely with Max, the new EA Sports Dynamic Handling is able to redefine the feel of the car by producing a realistic and predictable performance across wheel and pad. The driving experience is enhanced with a combination of the new suspension kinematics, upgraded tire model, advanced aerodynamic simulation, and new engine and car options.

That's not all since driving aspect have been improved through brake pressure, rolling resistance, ambient track temperature, cornering, and variable conditions. All of the allow driver to immediately get feedback and maximize their on-track performance.

Talking about this feature, Senior Creative Director Lee Mather revealed in a post that the new handling model being powered by EA SPORTS Dynamic Handling. He added that this allow players to get maximum performance from their car. He went on to say that the authentic physics meanwhile give players the confidence needed when it comes to racing wheel to wheel with their rivals.

Greater Authenticity

Adding to the race week experience are the enhancements made on and around the circuits. These include Silverstone which has been given a significant update to allow for a more authentic circuit accuracy. Changes have been made as well to Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps, Lusail International Circuit, and Jeddah Corniche Circuit to make sure that the in-game tracks are able to match their real-world counterparts.

Actual driver audio samples have also been taken from F1 broadcasts which brings with it a new dimension especially as they react to on-track incidents. A new broadcast presentation package and cutscenes are also being added.

Don't forget to check out the changes made to Career Mode. What do you think? Excited to race?

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