What you need to know
- F1 2019 is a racing simulator from Codemasters.
- The game has received excellent post-launch support these past few months.
- Today, the developer added keyboard support on Xbox One.
- You can purchase F1 2019 for $45 on Amazon (opens in new tab).
F1 2019 is an incredibly popular racing simulator from Codemasters. The game gives you the thrill of being in an F1 competition, and features a number of cars and other mechanics to enhance realism.
Let's say that you don't like using the controller for playing this racing game, well, you're in luck. With the latest patch, Codemasters added keyboard support to F1 2019. You can try it out right now if you want to. The patch should already be live on Xbox One, but if it isn't, try waiting a few hours until it rolls out to everyone. You can read the complete patch notes on the Codemasters blog.
Will you play F1 2019 with the keyboard? What sort of setup do you prefer? Let us know.
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Asher Madan handles gaming news for Windows Central. Before joining Windows Central in 2017, Asher worked for a number of different gaming outlets. He has a background in medical science and is passionate about all forms of entertainment, cooking, and antiquing.
Of all the games on the system that could receive keyboard support... a racing game? Why, Codemasters? Why?
You beat me to this comment. Apparently someone in the world likes driving with a keyboard?
Keyboard support but still no mouse support??? You tell me!
Wish they would add better support for wheels. I have the F1 rim for the thrustmaster TX and although it has a thousand buttons, only about half a dozen actually do anything unique.
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