F1 2019 is the closest I will ever get to being an actual Formula 1 driver, and actually, I am okay with that, thanks to F1 2019. The high-octane, twitch-steering motorsport driver has topped itself from previous year’s installment, and it’s not through the physics engine, racing tweaks, or even the vintage collection; it’s the story.
Finally, F1 2019 gives the series that much needed refreshment, in the form of the campaign, whereby you come from a Formula 2 feeder series into your journey as a Formula 1 driver. The 2018 Formula 2 season is not fully fledged, but rather offers a select number of races that you need to finish, complete with drama on the side, however, you can play the full season through the Championships mode. The small detail gives the F1 series a smidge more depth and scope, and I would love for the next installment to allow players the chance at a complete Formula 2 campaign.
Finally, F1 2019 gives the series that much needed refreshment, in the form of the campaign, whereby you come from a Formula 2 feeder series into your journey as a Formula 1 driver.
The detailing, though, of F1 2019 is an example of why the F1 games have always been the better racing sims, down to the real-world detailing of the game.
My greatest time here was driving the 1978 Ferrari 312T – the famous car of Niki Lauda and the same car that Jody Scheckter used to win the 1979 Driver’s Championship.
Loves games with deep character development and a rich storyline. Also, shooty-shooties. Loathes microtransactions. Likes to use sarcasm and metaphors.
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PC, PS4, Xbox One
24 June 2019
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