UPGRADES:Players develop their cars by spending "development points", which are earned by meeting research and development targets during free practice sessions. Codemasters have introduced a wider range of free practice programs to the game in a bid to extend the game's longevity. At the halfway point of each championship, the player has the option of ending their development cycle and banking all future development points for the next championship. This function has a renewed importance in F1 2018 as teams are subject to rule changes at the end of each championship which can potentially compromise the car's performance.
CLASSIC CARS:As with previous titles, F1 2018 includes "Classic Cars", or Formula One cars from previous seasons. The game includes the McLaren M23 and Ferrari 312T, which were driven by James Hunt and Niki Lauda during the 1976 championship; the Brawn BGP 001, the car which Jenson Button and Brawn GP won the 2009 World Drivers' and World Constructors' Championships; and the Williams FW25, the car with which Juan Pablo Montoya finished third in the 2003 championship. All of the Classic Cars that were featured in F1 2017 are included in F1 2018.
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|Release Date:||24th August 2018 (24/08/2018)|
|Current Price:||Unavailable (Quick Jump)|
|Platforms:||PC, Xbox One, PlayStation 4|
|Age Rating:||ESRB Everyone|