F1 Manager 2022 feature

F1 Manager 2022 releases on August 30th, gets first gameplay trailer

Frontier announced today that their officially licensed Formula 1 management simulation, F1 Manager 2022, will launch on August 30th. In order to celebrate this announcement, the team has also released the game’s first gameplay trailer that you can find below.

Stepping into the role of Team Principal, one of the highest-pressure roles in motorsport, players will lead their chosen team to glory in the 2022 FIA Formula One World Championship and beyond.

F1 Manager 2022 promises to offer fans an unrivalled F1 experience, capturing in unprecedented detail the world of F1 and the high-octane excitement of running a team. From the paddock to the podium, players will need to manage decisions on and off the track to ensure their success, all while balancing the books and satisfying both the board and the all-important team sponsors.

The team headquarters will be the beating heart of any constructor, and in F1 Manager 2022 it’s no different. Aspiring Team Principals will control every aspect of their team from their state-of-the-art HQ. From scouting and investing in best-in-class staff, such as Race Engineers and the Head of Aerodynamics, to developing and assessing new car components, players will need to keep their finger on the pulse to ensure they stay ahead of the competition, both now, and for future seasons to come.

F1 Manager 2022 will have a full roster of world-class drivers from across F1, F2 and F3 to choose from. Between seasons, players will also have the option to enlist new drivers and assemble their dream team from an authentic pool of current and future stars.


F1® Manager 2022 | Gameplay Trailer | Launching From August 25

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