This decision has been made, apparently, to "ensure upcoming F1 Manager projects realise their potential". Considering that F1 Manager 2022 only launched at the end of August, that's a little rich, especially considering fans have complained of bugs and shallow features ever since. Frontier has inked a deal with F1 for a total of four games, with 2022 being the first.
The "last significant patch" still coming to the game will reportedly provide visual updates for official F1 teams, address fuel usage issues, and amend instances of Estimated Race time calculation inconsistencies. So, hardly a banger of a send-off.
We actually thought F1 Manager 2022 was great, so this one kind of stings. You can read our full thoughts on the matter in our comprehensive review. What do you think of this incredibly brief period of support for F1 Manager 2022? Take pole position in the comments section below.