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F1 Mobile Racing Out Now on iPhone and iPad

Posted Oct 23, 2018 @ 1:18 CDT

DEVELOP AND UPGRADE YOUR OWN F1 CAR TO TAKE ON THE BEST DRIVERS IN THE WORLD

//Thursday 18th October 2018// (9am UK BST) - Codemasters has today announced that players around the world can now experience the thrill of driving a 2018 F1 car on their iPhone and iPad with the launch of F1 Mobile Racing. The official mobile game of the 2018 FIA FORMULA ONE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP, F1 Mobile Racing features the official teams, drivers and circuits from the current season, and for the first time players can now develop their own F1 car to race against the greatest drivers on the planet.

Free to download and play now, F1 Mobile Racing gives you the control to create your own F1 car complete with colour scheme, livery and performance upgrades or use the official cars of the 2018 FIA FORMULA ONE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP. You can then race your car against official F1 teams and other racers, in real-time, around the official circuits. You can also take on other players online in one-on-one races to move your way up the global Leagues, complete countless Challenges, and create single-player scenarios to race in.

Vincent Meulle, Executive Producer, Codemasters commented: "Formula 1 has a truly global fan-base and bringing the game to mobile allows us to reach a greater number of these fans in addition to the players we already have on PS4, Xbox and PC. F1 Mobile Racing offers console quality visuals and caters for different play styles for gaming on the go, in both single and multiplayer."

F1 Mobile Racing is a live, evolving title with new content being added regularly post-launch. This will include the addition of 2019 FIA FORMULA ONE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP content next year.

F1 Mobile Racing is available now on iPhone and iPad from the App Store and will be released on Android in the coming weeks.

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