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Posted: May 21, 2020 @ 08:29 am GMT-0600
Updated: Feb 13, 2023 @ 11:28 am GMT-0600
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Codemasters today released both a video and some screenshots of their upcoming F1 2020 title. Check them out below.

As noted in previous news posts, some teams have not yet released their CAD data to Codemasters yet. They are using a generic 2020-spec 3D shape for most of the teams. I *think* only Mercedes and Renault have given data at this point (Renault has been a different nose to the spec car in every image, and the Merc nose is different in *this set* of screenshots).

The video doesn’t give me any real indication of how the car feels to drive, and the ‘look to apex’ head movement looks a little weird… I really hope they haven’t screwed up because I felt genuine progress since F1 2016. At this point I’m just really surprised at how little we’ve seen or heard on the split screen racing and team management/creation features that are new with F1 2020…

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