The First Gameplay Trailer For F1 2020 Is Here

The First Gameplay Trailer For F1 2020 Is Here

Codemasters has revealed the first proper gameplay trailer for this year's instalment of the F1 game

While we were all going nuts over the rather large news bombshell that landed yesterday, Codemasters dropped a new trailer for F1 2020, as well as revealing a few more details about the game ahead of its scheduled release across all major platforms on 10 July later this year.

Codemasters also revealed that unlike the short and sweet season on F1 2019, this time around you’ll be able to start your career mode by doing a complete F2 season if you want to, with options to do a half-season or just three races if you just want a flavour before moving onto the F1 stuff - which this time around can involve creating your own team.

As with the last game, only the 2019 F2 teams and drivers will be available at launch, with the 2020 roster arriving in a free update later in the year.

Codemasters also confirmed the list of 16 classic cars that will be available in the game, ranging from the 1988 McLaren MP4/4 to the 2010 Red Bull RB6. There’s nothing much new here - all of these were present in F1 2019, with Alain Prost’s Ferrari and Ayrton Senna’s McLaren from 1990 now part of the base content.

2010 Red Bull RB6
2010 Ferrari F10
2010 McLaren MP4-25
2009 Brawn BGP 001
2008 McLaren MP4 –23
2007 Ferrari F2007
2006 Renault R26
2004 Ferrari F2004
2003 Williams FW25
1998 McLaren MP4-13
1996 Williams FW18
1992 Williams FW14
1991 McLaren MP4/6
1990 Ferrari 641
1990 McLaren MP4/5B
1988 McLaren MP4/4

However, as revealed during the initial announcement, if you get the Deluxe Schumacher Edition of F1 2020, you’ll also get four of his legendary cars.

1991 Jordan 191
1994 Benetton B194
1995 Benetton B195
2000 Ferrari F1-2000

The First Gameplay Trailer For F1 2020 Is Here - Formula 1

With the first race of the actual season only set to happen just a few days before the launch, it’ll be interesting to see how accurately Codemasters manages to predict the pecking order of the grid in terms of the car and AI performance.

Looking forward to it? We certainly are!