Codemasters has today confirmed more details on the next instalment in its Formula 1 franchise, F1 2015. The good news is that the game will be out in June and we'll be able to play it on both the PC and Xbox One this year.
This marks the very first time that the F1 series will have graced the Xbox One, with the 2014 edition missing the cut and only going to the 'last-gen' consoles. None of that for 2015 with the PS4 also supported.
It's getting some pretty neat Kinect integration, too:
"Using the voice recognition technology available for the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 consoles you'll be able to interact with your race engineer like never before. Through in-game voice commands with Kinect for Xbox One and the PlayStation®Camera or compatible headsets for PlayStation 4 you can ask for race info, updates on the weather, tyre status, request tyres and even front wing changes… And that is just a few of the many options available."
Hopefully you don't get any responses asking you to let your team mate through. As a bonus to everyone who missed out on last years game, all the 2014 content will be available, too.
June isn't that far away now so we don't have too much longer to wait. In the meantime head over to the source link below for many more early renders to get your motor running.