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Posted: Aug 17, 2023 @ 11:28 am GMT-0600
Updated: Aug 17, 2023 @ 11:37 am GMT-0600
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In one of the most weirdly timed releases in recent years EA today posted a trailer for F1 23, showing F1 23 branding, that features highlights from the F1 2021 Braking Point storyline campaign mostly set in 2020. Interested in playing through that story? You can’t (unless you already own it).

Considering that I was told by a Codemasters representative that users can still play F1 2021 by signing up to EA Play (you can’t – it’s not on there), I’m curious if EA just figured out that Braking Point 2 is missing a little bit of backstory nobody can experience? Maybe they are planning to release the F1 2021 storyline in F1 23? Maybe they’re not? In any case, expect F1 22 to randomly disappear from stores soon.

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