Codemasters confirm the date to launch F1 2012 Game with new Young Driver Mode

Last month Codemasters publish the 2012 Formula 1 Game publishing date and newly added features. Codemasters F1 2012 will be released in September on XBox 360, PS3 and PC sporting a brand new Young Driver Test Mode. Have a good time the declaration they have released a video of F1 Creative Director Stephen Hood, broadcasting from Yas Marina Circuit, quizzing young new drivers about the realism of the new addition to the franchise and whether the game was any benefit in their preparation for readying themselves for a new season.

Formula 1 2012 Game will set up the Young Driver Test Mode, designed to teach players the complex information of preparing for a real life Formula One season from scratch, right from basic vehicle handling through to having to earn your right to race for a team in the FIA Formula One World Championship.

New game has had some positive reaction from many Formula One drivers such as rising star Sam Bird who stated “I think Codemasters have done a super job of giving regular people a proper insight into what a FORMULA ONE car is like.” Stefano Coletti, representing Scuderia Toro Rosso added, “When I came to Abu Dhabi I couldn’t go to the simulator so I switched on the videogame and started to play. It actually worked because when I got here I felt like I’d already driven [the circuit]. It was my first race in GP2, first ever time in GP2, and I won in my first race so it actually helped.”

F1 2012 will also feature alteration to the technical aspect of game play and a huge variety of multiplayer options for those who wish to annihilate their friends. Every official team, driver and circuit from the FIA Formula One World Championship has been included as well as the debut of the United States Grand Prix in Rattlesnake country and the return of Germanys famous Hockenheim circuit to the tables.

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