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F1 2014 price at Asda, GAME and Tesco

Today is a bittersweet day for gamers because while it is finally nice to see the F1 2014 video game released on the Xbox 360, PS3 and PC, those of you who upgraded to the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 have to sit back and watch them have their fun. Gamers in Australia already got the jump on their UK counterparts, as the game was released yesterday, although our cousins over in the US have to wait until the 21st, which is Tuesday.

Let’s get back the the UK release shall we, as some of you will be eager to get your hands on the Formula 1 2014 video game, and the three main choices to purchase it from a retail store would be Asda, GAME and Tesco, as you know they will have plenty of stock, meaning you can walk out with your copy today and get started on your new campaign.

F1 2014 Game at Tesco

F1 2014 price at Asda – Even though the Formula One 2014 World Championship only has three races left to decide who wins the drivers title, that does not mean you can’t help to change history, as you could take the win instead. The way to do that is by heading down to your local Asda supermarket and purchasing a copy of this amazing game for only £35 for the Xbox 360 and PS3.

F1 2014 price at GAME As always, you have to pay a premium at GAME, although we did notice they have the PC version of the game as well. The prices are as follows, £37.99 for the two previous generation consoles and £29.99 for PC.

F1 2014 price at Tesco Well, it would seem as though Asda would be your better choice seeing as though they have the cheapest F1 2014 price. This is because Tesco is asking £25 for PC, £39 for Xbox 360 and £40 for the PlayStation 3 version.

Even if you have to drive a couple of miles further down the road to get to your local Asda store, you will still save if you buy your copy of the F1 20-14 video game there.

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Written by Peter Chubb

Peter has been writing on Product-Reviews since 2007 and in that time much has changed for him, like his hair having more grey than brown now. He loves gadgets and cars, and gets excited when big events come up, such as CES and the big auto shows.

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