We have some good news for those of you with a copy of F1 2010 on either the Xbox 360, PS3 or PC, as developers Codemasters has just confirmed that they will be releasing a patch update for the game to solve various problems which are affecting some gamers.
As reported from Eurogamer, the patch update will specifically combat issues involving corrupt game saves which affects all three platforms of the game.
As far we know, this isn’t a widespread problem, since we’ve had some reports from you that your game save is fine. However, Codemasters has specifically pinpointed a few reasons which could trigger a corrupt game save – find out more details on that on the official forum here.
It is nice to see the team addressing the problem so soon after launch, which is sure to please a lot of frustrated racers out there for sure! Let us know your thoughts on this, particularly if you have experienced any problems wih the game.
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