The trailer can be seen below, and puts a lot of emphasis on the new Braking Point system, which we’ve previously detailed here. Obviously, Codemasters is putting a lot of faith in this feature to help take the franchise to the next level.
In case you haven’t been following F1 2021’s development, Braking Point is a narrative-heavy offering following Aiden Jackson, a rookie F2 driver who has set his sights on rising through the Formula One ranks. It also sees the return of Devon Butler from the previous series entry, and there’s plenty of teams to choose from, such as Alfa Romeo Racing and Racing Point.
F1 2021 is scheduled for release on PS5, PS4, PC, Xbox Series X/S, and Xbox One on July 16.