Race Your Way to Victory with EA Sports F1 23 Now Playable Worldwide

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The time has come to prove your skills on the track with EA Sports F1 23 finally out worldwide. It's the official game of the FIA Formula One World Championship for PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S.

There are many exciting features to expect in this latest title like upgrades to handling based on the feedback from actual F1 teams. There's also the Precision Drive technology used for pad play, which is sure to give players that truly authentic experience.

In a statement, Codemasters Senior Creative Director Lee Mather revealed that the game has everything players love about competing for the World Championship.

New Story

One highlight in F1 23 is the return of Braking Point. For those who can remember, the first time this feature was offered, the focus was on Aiden Jackson and his nemesis Devon Butler. In this new story, the two have become teammates under the Konnersport Butler Racing Team. Making things difficult for the duo is upcoming driver Callie Mayer, who is the first woman to win the F2 World Championship. She's just waiting in the wings for a chance at the glamorous world of Formula 1.

A New Experience

Players can also look forward to a new experience with F1 World. This new hub helps newbies navigate the world of Formula 1 by coming up with challenges to improve their skills before fighting for podiums. F1 World has several modes, such as Grand Prix and Time Trial. It even has a progression system for unlocking car upgrades, liveries, race suits, and helmets.

Other Features

In previous versions, the 35% race distance was only available as part of the Formula 1 Esports Series and Red Flags. However, thanks to player feedback, this has been included in the game to add more strategy to the race weekend.

All 23 circuits for the 2023 FIA Formula One World Championship are already in the game. But the game features three more which are Paul Ricard (France), Shanghai (China), and Portimão (Portugal), available for both F1 and F2 events.

What are you waiting for? Time to start your engines.

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