F1 2015 has debuted onto the PS4, Xbox One, and Windows PC. Codemasters has taken its attempt to bring a more real world experience to your racing game by bringing a broadcast presentation to your gaming using their proprietary EGO game engine.
The game has numerous physics enhancements that make your experience closer to what it is like to be in the driver’s seat handling a multi-million dollar car going 200+ mph. You can even communicate with your race engineer with a Playstation compatible headset, or Kinect, to bring you closer to that real world experience.
So if you have ever felt the need to go 200+ mph while trying to capture that checkered flag but aren’t quite crazy enough to get in the cockpit of a race car follow the Codemasters F1 blog for more info.