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New F1 2020 gameplay trailer showcases Azerbaijan’s Baku City Circuit

Codemasters has revealed the latest circuit to feature from F1 2020’s hot lap series. As the press release reads, this video features Antonio Giovinazzi in his vibrant Alfa Romeo.

Since its addition to the racing calendar in 2016, the tricky city circuit has quickly become a fan-favourite. Sparing no shortage of nail-biting moments right from the off with a tight turn one left-hander, drivers must navigate the high-risk, big-reward castle corner and accompanying blind ascent. Players must also master turn 15 before the long hairpin and even longer start/finish straight.

In a series of firsts for the F1 franchise, F1 2020 offers the ‘My Team’ mode. This major new game mode allows players to create their F1 team and take their place alongside the established 2020 line-up. Moreover, it will pack a new driver-manager experience offering a unique insight into the world of F1.

My Team and the well-established and critically acclaimed Career mode will allow players more flexibility with the choice of three season lengths. Players can choose from the original full 22 race season, and shorter 10 and 16 race season options.

Additionally, and for social play with friends, two-player split-screen makes its welcome return, alongside a host of new options. These modes are in addition to the core F1 and F2 racing experiences which remain as challenging as ever for those who love the intensity of simulation racing.

F1 2020 releases on July 10th.

Enjoy!

F1® 2020 Hot Lap: Azerbaijan [UK]

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