F1 2018 was recently announced by Codemasters for PC and console launch in the summer, but until now no-one had any inkling what the game would actually be like.
Now, to coincide with the Monaco GP, Codemasters has released the first in-game footage, with Sauber driver Charles LeClerc taking us for a lap around the infamous circuit.
Codemasters has also detailed some new features for this years game, including upgraded visuals over last year's game.
Fans will also be pleased to hear that there's a player-managed Energy Recovery System (ERS) this year, adding another dose of realism to proceedings.
Content wise, F1 2018 will expand the career mode even further as well as bringing in more classic cars to drive compared with F1 2017. And as you'd expect, the full 2018 circuit calendar is included, which includes the returning French and German Grand Prix at Circuit Paul Ricard and Hockenheimring respectively.
The next update will reveal the classic cars to be included, which Codemasters says have been selected from community feedback. F1 2018 is due to launch for PC, Xbox One and PS4 on August 24.
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I was in Monaco yesterday, drove round the track, looks authentic to me! (I'm not really into F1, just happened to be there at the right time!) 😊
Great place isn't it. We were there a few years back just before the race, amazing to think those guys are hitting those speeds round there.
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