F1 2018 is the latest entry in the staple franchise which releases every year. With every iteration, Codemasters is making it into more like a driving role-playing game with additions like the press. According to the developer, F1 2018 expands the career mode even further and brings in more classic cars compared to last year.
The visuals have also received a boost and achieve "4K Ultra HD" resolution on the console. During our testing, it seemed incredibly clear running at 4K 60 FPS on Xbox One X.
If you're a fan of racing games, be sure to pick F1 2018 up. Despite the fact that it comes out every year, there are still a lot of meaningful improvements in there.
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