F1 24 Races Back Onto PC VR This May

F1 24 has been officially revealed, promising a revamped career mode in PC VR next month.

Following F1 22 and F1 23, it's no surprise that F1 24 also features PC VR support and after February's brief announcement, EA Sports officially revealed F1 24 today. Joining a new 'Dynamic Handling' system, the overhauled Career mode allows players to compete as one of the 2024 season's twenty drivers, "an up-and-coming competitor from F2, a legendary icon, or create their own legacy."

EA states F1 24 also features "new suspension kinematics, upgraded tyre models, advanced aerodynamic simulation" and new setup options for your engine and car. Updates for Silverstone, Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps, Lusail International Circuit, and Jeddah Corniche Circuit are also promised, while a gameplay deep dive with more details will follow on April 22.

We recommended F1 23 in our review last year. While we believed it offered "welcome additions," we thought PC VR support remained slightly rough around the edges despite performance improvements.

Between the enhanced controls, new features and F1 World, F1 23 presents a welcome improvement on its predecessor. While PC VR support feels more reliable, several problems stop this from becoming the definitive VR racing game, and Braking Point sometimes misses the mark. Even still, EA's gone beyond a standard roster update.

F1 24 reaches PC VR on May 31, alongside a flatscreen release on Xbox, PlayStation and PC. Anyone who pre-orders the Champions Edition will receive early access from May 28, and PSVR 2 support is not listed on PS Store.

F1 23 VR Review - Lights Out And Away We Go
F1 23 offers some welcome additions, but PC VR support remains rough around the edges. Here is our full review:

Notice: This article was initially published on February 27, 2024. It was updated on April 18 following the official reveal.

This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://www.uploadvr.com/f1-24-release-date/

I am still on F1 22. I really dislike the story mode

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Yeah new versions are not always better in games.

Supposedly the car dynamics were fixed on F1 23 but, I am not paying another 60 dollars. Ill stick with 22 for a bit

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Yes a lot of sports games you pay for often some aesethic changes, engine tweaks and the roster changes