EA Sports has just released part two of its "deep dive" F1 23 gameplay series (catch up on part one here), with Formula One presenter Natalie Pinkham returning to show off the new and improved Braking Point story mode.
In Braking Point 2, players will experience a new chapter of the ongoing saga, complete with new faces (and mo-cap tech), fresh rivals, and more drama. The presentation looks slick, and the narrative setup is quite compelling, which is to say nothing of the racing, which speaks for itself.
Playing through this story mode, your Performance and Reputation will be measured, both on and off the track. Your press responses and management decisions can lead to unforeseen consequences, including (but not limited to) the triggering of additional bonus objectives in future races.
What do you think of this latest look at F1 23 and of Braking Points 2? Beat your personal best racing to the comments section below.
F1 World going all Ultimate Team and it seems none of those features are being embedded into single player career/MyTeam modes.
2021 might be the last F1 game I’ll ever buy. Massive F1 fan too, gutted.
@itsfoz F1 no longer cares about the fans who are here just for the racing. We're into the ''Drive to Survive'' generation now where F1 ''needs to change'' to become ''more interesting.'' And this game is a symptom of that.
Not a massive fan of recent Codies F1 to be honest, considering how much I loved earlier versions - F1 2010 and F1 2013 especially. Those games had a bit of heart and were all about the racing. All the more recent stuff is just totally soulless to me - which is my current take on modern F1 in reality. If it wasn't for Alonso lighting up the podium regularly, I doubt I'd even bother to watch...
I loved F1 until the yanks got hold of it and americanised the s**t out of it.
@LifeGirl Can’t say I disagree. I do appreciate that Liberty had to make it appeal to younger audiences for it to ‘stay alive’ but the outcome of that isn’t great that’s for sure.
Sad, really sad. How is it that pretty much everything EA touches turns to dust.
@ApostateMage There's 3 Grands Prix in the USA now, coincidence? Far be it from me to suggest that one of the big cheeses of Liberty Media is a guy called Stephen Ross, who also owns the Miami Dolphins. Think about how close to the stadium the Miami GP was held. 🙃
For what it's worth, it is surprisingly easy to find other "lesser" racing disciplines, either on broadcast TV or via YouTube. I would recommend you check out the British Touring Car Championship. They are all nutters in that one.
As a huge F1 fan why do I feel empty after Nat's guide. Where has the F1 game gone?
@BeerIsAwesome they have been trying to brake into the US for years, as it’s a huge money potential and driver for teams and engineering.
It brings more races and soon more teams
But this isn’t new - many years ago you had 24 cars and lots of races in the US. This isn’t some crazy new idea, it’s just bringing it back to where it was at its previous peak
@Palleon "they have been trying to brake into the US..."
I see what you did there.😀
Would have been a for sure Buy if EA would have included PSVR2 support. Oh well. I'll just keep enjoying GT7 in VR
As I don’t buy EA games day one or at full price I’ll pick this up in August/September when Amazon inevitably have it at half price.
Glad the story mode is back, but No PSVR2 support.
I'll stay on PC for now. F1 in VR is fantastic, no way going backwards. Hopefully they do same great job on SteamDeck also.
Regardless, Have tons of fun playing on race weekends. This is always Day 1.
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