Lewis Hamilton, Max Verstappen and Charles Leclerc they are the image of the new F1 2021, out this summer on PS5, Xbox Series X / S, PS4, Xbox One, and PC. Codemasters has not wanted to decide only one, and the three will star on the cover of the game when it hits stores on July 16th, with Hamilton aspiring to his eighth World Championship, Verstappen hot on his heels and Leclerc going strong with the rejuvenated Ferrari team.
While waiting for the first gameplay of this edition to be revealed, the first adapted for the next generation consoles from Sony and Microsoft, Codemasters has revealed the 7 iconic pilots that will be part of the Digital Deluxe Edition from F1 2021, in the mode My team.
We can select the icon of each driver from the start of My Team mode. Driver stats for 2021 will be revealed shortly.
- Michael Schumacher (94) – 91 victories in 308 races, and seven times World Champion
- Ayrton senna (94) – 41 wins, 65 pole positions, and three world championships
- Alain Prost (93) – 51 wins, 41 fastest laps, and four world championships
- Jenson button (90) – Won the World Championship in 2009 in Brawn GP’s first season
- Nico Rosberg (89) – Won nine of 21 races in 2016 championship season
- David coulthard (87) – Won 13 races, 62 podiums, and runner-up in the world in 2001
- Felipe Massa (86) – 11 wins, 41 podiums and 2008 season runner-up
The deluxe digital editionIn addition to these seven pilots, it will include the Braking Point content pack, 18,000 PitCoins and three days of early access. If you buy the PS4 and Xbox One version, you will be able to upgrade to the PS5 and Xbox Series X / S version for free.
The first details of F1 2021 were recently announced, with a new story mode called Braking point, in which players embark on a journey as they rise from the ranks of Formula 2 to reach stardom in Formula 1. The mode will show the world of racing on and off the track.
F1 2021 is out July 16 on July 16 on PS5, Xbox Series X / S, PS4, Xbox One, and PC. Stay tuned in the next few weeks for more news.