F1 2010 Gets Gameplay Footage

August 17, 2010 Written by Zak Islam

Formula One fans don’t have much longer to wait until the cars get ready for the 2010 season. However, they will have a little longer to wait for the championship’s official game, as Codemasters recently confirmed a September release date for F1 2010. To reward fans for their wait, the publisher has released gameplay footage for the first F1 iteration for the current-console generation.

F1 2010 is based on the Codemasters’ Ego engine, which was also behind their previous racers Race Driver: Grid and Colin McRae Dirt 2. The racer will feature all the drivers, teams, cars and tracks from the 2010 Formula One season. F1 2010 will also host a variety of modes, including an innovative Career mode, Time Trials, Championship, and Grand Prix options. The developer has also promised a “highly advanced damage model, fully dynamic weather system, and extensive competitive multiplayer options.

F1 2010 is currently scheduled for a release on September 24th, 2010.