F1 2011 Video Game Receives Official Release Date

By Tina Chubb - Mar 24, 2011

We have some pretty exciting news now for those of you that have been waiting to hear about a launch date for the much-anticipated F1 2011 game, as we’ve just received word that it’s now been given an official release date. The bad news however is that you’ve got to wait until September to play it.

According to a recent article by Christopher Dring at mcvuk.com, Codemasters has recently confirmed that the F1 2011 game will be arriving in stores on Friday, September 23rd. Just like last year’s BAFTA award-winning F1 2010 title, the racing sequel will be released for the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PC.

As Jamie Pert mentioned in one of our previous articles, both Sony NGP and Nintendo 3DS versions of the F1 2011 game – which is being developed by Codemasters Studios Birmingham – are currently in development, although the release dates for these are still to be announced.

The upcoming game is said to include a new split-screen mode, and features all 12 teams and 24 drivers that will be starting the 2011 Formula 1 season. The complete calendar of 20 circuits of this season will be available for players to race on, including the new Jaypee Group Circuit in India.

Are you looking forward to the release of the F1 2011 video game?

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  • Justin James38

    tit “!!!!!!!!

  • Andy

    Same old F1 game with just new liveries and drivers. Dont expect much difference frim F1 2010.