The forthcoming F1 2011 videogame from Codemasters has this morning been confirmed as having achieved ‘gold’ status. The game’s content is now complete and ready to entering the manufacturing phase in time for its release later this month.
Electronic Theatre got hands-on with F1 2011 earlier this summer, stating that: “One of the biggest complaints of F1 2010 was the elasticity of the AI lap times, with many players believing that their performance had no effect on the outcome of the AI’s end position. It was a case of mathematically calculated positioning, rather than live interpretation of a player’s performance. That’s certainly not the case this time around, as the AI visibly battles against other racers on-track, not content with losing position to either you or the other AI drivers.”
F1 2011 is set to continue the success of Codemasters’ racing franchises, coming to Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and Games for Windows PC this month, and following later on PlayStation Vita (PS Vita) and Nintendo 3DS. Electronic Theatre will keep you updated with all the latest details on F1 2011, and other forthcoming releases from Codemasters.