Last week the Electronic Arts teams presented the next version of their racing game: F1 22. If this one brings the new 2022 single-seaters, F1 Life mode and increasingly realistic Formula 1 cars. However, some hints on EA’s official website could cast doubt on a crucial point regarding the competitive scene.
Cross gene? pass cross gene? Cross-gen!
There are two versions for F1 22:
With the English version of the Dual Entitlement FAQ, we have the end of the story. F1 22 will be fully cross-gen and players of the Xbox One and Xbox Series versions will be able to play together. And that without changing the version, as with F1 2021.
Many communities will therefore be relieved to learn that they will not be separated by the generation of consoles they own, while we still don’t have any news about the crossplay we talked about Tom Henderson.
Below are the links to pre-order the title and the announcement trailer:
- F1 22 Standard Edition Xbox One – $69.99 ($62.99 with EA Play)
- F1 22 Edition Standard Xbox Series X|S – $79.99 ($71.99 with EA Play)
F1 22 Champions Edition Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S + Limited Time Bonus – $89.99 ($80.99 with EA Play)
Other F1 22 news:
- EA announces F1 22, leaving the game on July 1st
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