F1 2017

Deep Silver

Mighty Man
OpenCritic Rating
86
Top Critic Average
91%
Critics Recommend
Based on 80 critic reviews
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F1 2017

Rating Summary

Based on 80 critic reviews
Mighty Man

OpenCritic Rating

86

Top Critic Average

91%

Critics Recommend

Based on 80 critic reviews
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Game Information

Available on:PlayStation 4Aug 25, 2017
Xbox OneAug 25, 2017
PCAug 25, 2017

Publisher: Deep Silver

Genres: Simulation, Racing

Make history in F1 2017.

Win the 2017 World Championship, break every record in the fastest ever F1 cars, and race some of the most iconic F1 cars of the last 30 years. With an even deeper ten year Career, more varied gameplay in the new ‘Championships’ mode, and a host of other new features, both online and offline, F1 2017 is the most complete and thrilling F1 videogame ever.

Where to Buy

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40
Strong Head
13
Fair Head
2
Weak Head
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IGN

8.9 / 10.0
IGN

F1 2017 isn't light years ahead of the already very good F1 2016 but the new cars, retro content, and the juiced-up career mode make a very strong case for the upgrade, and I really appreciated the enhanced force feedback on a wheel. Rich with details and faithful to just about everything that makes contemporary F1 tick, F1 2017 is about as good a simulation of a single, modern motorsport as you can get.

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Eurogamer

Recommended
Eurogamer

Codemasters delivers a detailed, deep and passionate take on motorsport's top tier that might be even more enjoyable than the real thing.

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PC Gamer

88 / 100
PC Gamer

As close as you can get to an F1 driver's life without being cussed by Sebastian Vettel.

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GamesRadar+

GamesRadar+

F1 2017 is another superbly authentic recreation of modern F1. However, the sport's current complexity will be overwhelming for most, and the returning classic content is nowhere near as good as it should be.

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