Fanatec has been at the apex of simulation racing hardware for years now. They make hardware that everyone who takes racing seriously, wants. Fanatec solves and creates a problem with the ClubSport Light (CSL) Elite set, something I wholeheartedly embrace. The CSL Elite set works out the desire to have multiple wheels for various purposes to facilitate the immersion of the sport you’re racing in. It also creates a mess of things because of the same reason; you’ll be wanting more than one wheel for all your virtual racing desires. Fanatec’s CSL Elite F1 Set provides lifelike force feedback and responsiveness that actually makes you a better driver. The Fanatec CSL Elite F1 Set is an excellent starting point for anyone serious about F1 or GT class style cars, where the steering wheel is an essential part of the experience.
Formula One has just begun its racing season after delays for obvious reasons, and F1 2020 arrives just in time to be a great companion for what remains of this truncated season. Thankfully, there’s no shortage of content to be found here, and Codemasters has crafted another masterpiece in F1 2020 that hits all the right notes. This is a Formula One game that’s accessible for all players with casual to pro settings and immersive modes that offer dozens of hours of gameplay. If you’ve been wanting to play this series for any reason, F1 2020 is what you’ve been waiting for.
I’m not sure how, but the wizards at Codemasters have topped themselves for a third year in a row. As it stands, F1 2019 is absolutely the best Formula One game yet – which is hard to say after so many good years of F1 entries from the developers. Codemasters worked on visual enhancements, and expanded the career mode for a fuller experience. The enhancements, returning classics, and updated career mode make this an absolute winner.
Codemasters has done it again, despite being the only official game for the 2018 FIA FORMULA ONE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP, they have made a game that succeeds its predecessor. F1 2018‘s are smaller advancements than what F1 2017 achieved, but nonetheless welcome. The career mode for F1 2018 sees the most attention this year, and makes what was once a slog, now an enjoyable and interactive experience that truly feels how a career mode should.