An original story to live in F1 2021 from the summer.

Embark on an epic adventure with Point de Rupture, the story-driven mode of F1 2021, play with a friend in co-op or in competition in the highly anticipated Two Player Career mode, dive into the heart of the action with the Real Season Start mode to play with the Drivers and Manufacturers rankings in real time.

  • Breaking Point: Rise from the ranks of Formula 2 to stardom in the Formula 1 world. Experience the on and off track lifestyle by taking your place at the top of motorsport. That’s not all. After infamous F1 2019 debut, Devon Butler is back
  • Two Player Career: Career mode with your friends in co-op or competition. Each player can activate the aids he wishes. You will therefore be able to take full advantage of this new mode, whether you are a regular or a newcomer.
  • Real Season Start: This new feature allows you to take the season along the way and, based on the current ranking, participate in the remaining races.
  • What features will you find in F1 2021? : All your favorite features like My Stable, two-player split-screen mode, shortened seasons, accessible options and F2 will of course still be available. We have also developed and improved many other features, in particular the evolutionary aids, the stats of the pilots and the multiplayer mode.

F1 2021 will be available on July 16 on PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, Xbox One and PC via Steam. Codemasters announces that digital pre-orders give access to the Breaking Point content pack, with the Deluxe Edition adding the Additional Drivers pack.

Seven iconic drivers for F1 2021 “FUT” mode

These icons have been added to the Pilot Market, all ready to hire. If you can meet their expectations and salary requirements, they will be available in Mon Écurie. Introduced for the first time in F1 2020, this mode allows you to create a new Formula 1 team and take place alongside established drivers.

Whether it’s choosing your livery, your engine supplier, or hiring an F1, F2 or one of the seven iconic drivers, it will be possible to take control to aim for glory.

  • Michael Schumacher (94) – 91 wins in 308 races and seven times world champion: The best F1 driver of all time. Specially recruited by Ferrari to lead the team to victory, he has achieved his greatest successes, notably winning five consecutive titles during the 2000 to 2004 seasons.
  • Ayrton Senna (94) – 41 wins, 65 pole positions and three world championships: One of the greatest drivers in the history of Formula 1. Prodigy of karting and single-seater racing, he began his career in F1 in 1984 at Toleman-Hart, where he scored points in his first season. Driving his McLaren, he won a total of three world titles, including an unforgettable lap in Monaco in 1988.
  • Alain Prost (93) – 51 wins, 41 fastest laps and four world championships: Nicknamed “the Professor” because of his strategic and intellectual driving style. He won his first world title in his second season with McLaren in 1984, then again in 1986 and 1989, amid a fierce internal rivalry with Ayrton Senna. It was at the wheel of a Williams, just before retiring, that he won his fourth and last title in 1993.
  • Jenson Button (90) – 15 wins, 8 pole positions and a world title: Youngest F1 driver of all time on his career debut with Williams in 2000, he won a world title in 2009 during the only season of Brawn GP in Formula 1. He will then be at McLaren in 2010 where he was associated with the very young Lewis Hamilton
  • Nico Rosberg (89) – 9 wins out of 21 races and a world title: Son of 1982 world champion Keke Rosberg, he made his Formula 1 debut at Williams in 2006. He then moved to Mercedes in 2010 to team up with Michael Schumacher, then Lewis Hamilton from 2013. In 2016, he won the title of world champion in front of his teammate Lewis Hamilton
  • David Coulthard (87) – 13 wins, 62 podiums and once runner-up: Holder of one of the most beautiful British records in F1, the one we nickname “DC” spent 15 seasons in Formula 1 before taking his retirement in 2008
  • Felipe Massa (86) – 11 wins, 41 podiums and once runner-up: After his debut in 2002 at the wheel of a Sauber, he signed his first F1 victory at the 2006 Turkish Grand Prix and demonstrated his exceptional knowledge of overtaking throughout the season, as evidenced by his superb victory at the Brazilian Grand Prix

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