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Formula 1 fans have lots in store this year. First is the first round of the 2024 Formula 1 season, the Bahrain Grand Prix, kicking off on March 2, 2024. Soon after, the F1 24 game will be released, with the release date already confirmed. Based on past games, you probably have expectations ahead of release. Will EA Sports and Codemasters change the game engine? Will there be PSVR2 compatibility? Just how many quality-of-life changes does F1 24 plan to bring to the grid? Stay tuned for everything we know about the upcoming F1 24

What is F1 24?

F1 24 is an upcoming official racing game based on the 2024 FIA Formula One World Championship. It’ll be the 15th consecutive F1 game from developer Codemasters, now in partnership with publisher EA Sports. F1 24 will feature officially licensed teams, tracks, and drivers from the F1 2023 and the upcoming Formula 1 2024 seasons. As is tradition, we expect content updates to keep steamrolling into the game throughout the season.


F1 24 two f1 cars racing

It’s unclear whether F1 23’s Breaking Point, F1’s version of story mode, will return in F1 24, especially after its emission in F1 22. Here’s to hoping the mode returns with an even better experience than ever before.


F1 24 car on apex

If you’ve played F1 23, you’ll enjoy a soft landing in F1 24. That’s because most of the modes and features in the previous entry return in F1 24. However, we have a couple of tweaks here and there for a better experience. 

For starters, you can expect the return of popular offline Time Trial and Grand Prix modes. EA Sports confirms an all-new Driver Career mode. You’ll also play the popular My Team Career Mode, where you create your own unique team and race to the top. Additionally, F1 24 will feature split-screen and cross-platform multiplayer. You’ll also enjoy getting to know other players via the new Racenet Leagues. 

Through EA Sports’ dynamic handling, you can expect improvements to your racing experience. Specifically, EA Sports is adding the latest physics and authentic handling to give you full reign over your driving style. Consequently, you should enjoy a more streamlined racing strategy and overall car performance. 

Confirmed Circuits

As for the confirmed circuits, you can expect all 24 official circuits in the final game. Here’s the complete list of the circuits to expect:

  1. Bahrain: Bahrain International Circuit, Sakhir
  2. Saudi Arabia: Jeddah Corniche Circuit, Jeddah
  3. Australia: Albert Park, Melbourne
  4. Japan: Suzuka
  5. China: Shanghai
  6. Miami: Miami International Autodrome
  7. Emilia Romagna: Imola
  8. Monaco: Circuit de Monaco, Monte Carlo
  9. Canada: Circuit Gilles Villeneuve, Montreal
  10. Spain: Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya
  11. Austria: Red Bull Ring, Spielberg
  12. Britain: Silverstone
  13. Hungary: Hungaroring
  14. Belgium: Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps
  15. Netherlands: Zandvoort
  16. Italy: Monza
  17. Azerbaijan: Baku Street Circuit
  18. Singapore: Marina Bay Street Circuit
  19. USA: Circuit of the Americas
  20. Mexico: Hermanos Rodriguez, Mexico City
  21. Brazil: Interlagos, Sao Paulo
  22. Las Vegas: Las Vegas Strip Circuit
  23. Qatar: Lusail
  24. Abu Dhabi: Yas Marina Circuit

Confirmed Teams and Drivers

Like the confirmed tracks, there aren’t many changes to expect in the drivers and teams. Here’s the complete list of the current ten F1 teams and their respective drivers below.

  1. Alpine – Esteban Ocon & Pierre Gasly
  2. Aston Martin – Fernando Alonso & Lance Stroll
  3. Ferrari – Carlos Sainz & Charles Leclerc
  4. Haas – Kevin Magnussen & Nico Hulkenberg
  5. Kick Sauber – Valtteri Bottas & Zhou Guanyu
  6. McLaren – Lando Norris & Oscar Piastri
  7. Mercedes – George Russell & Lewis Hamilton
  8. Red Bull – Max Verstappen & Sergio Perez
  9. AlphaTauri – Daniel Ricciardo, Yuki Tsunoda
  10. Williams – Alex Albon & Logan Sargeant


F1 24 car on circuit

Developer Codemasters and publisher EA Sports are currently working on F1 24. Codemasters has held the F1 development torch for over 15 years now. EA Sports, on the other hand, joined the party a little later, after their acquisition of Codemasters in 2021. 

One of the prime concerns has been a new engine. Codemasters has used the Ego engine on every iteration since F1 2010. Unfortunately, we don’t know whether they plan to switch to an upgrade this time around. Since EA Sports WRC changed to Unreal Engine 4, perhaps F1 24 will do the same? Let’s wait and see.


F1 24 Official Announce Trailer

The first official announcement trailer is out now. While it’s only 34 seconds long, you can get a sneak peek into what to expect. You see slick animations of race cars speeding down circuits and wrapping up with confirmation of a full reveal coming in April.  

Release Date, Platforms, & Editions

F1 24 car skeloton

It’s official. F1 24 will be released on May 31, 2024. That’s way earlier than past releases in the series, with F1 23 launching on June 15, 2023, and F1 22 launching on July 1, 2022. No complaints here, provided the final launch is an elevated experience. If you’d like to get your hands on the game even earlier, you can preorder it and have it on your doorstep as early as May 28, 2024. 

As for expected platforms, F1 24 plans to release on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, and PC via Epic Games, the EA App, and Steam. F1 23 didn’t make it to the Nintendo Switch, so it’s no surprise that F1 24 won’t either. The same goes for editions, which include the Standard and Champions Editions, that offer more bonuses. Here’s what you can get with each:

Standard Edition

  • F1 24 Base Game
  • 5,000 PitCoins
  • F1 World Starter Pack
  • Price: $69.99

Champions Edition

  • F1 24 Base Game
  • Three Days Early Access starting May 28, 2024
  • 1x VIP Podium Pass (Earn VIP Rewards and PitCoin)
  • 18,000 PitCoins
  • Special Events with unlockable rewards (available during Early Access only)
  • F1 TV Pro 1-month subscription (available in USA)
  • 2X New My Team Icons
  • F1 World Bumper Pack
  • Limited time bonus: McLaren, Williams, Alpine, & Haas '24 liveries, plus the McLaren & Alpine F1 eSports liveries, immediately in Time Trial in F1 23
  • Limited time bonus: McLaren & Alpine F1 eSports liveries in F1 24
  • A second set of 2024 liveries in F1 23 after April 24th
  • Price: $89.99

Moreover, check out the time-limited loyalty program that awards gamers who own F1 21, F1 22, and F1 23 with a 15% discount on F1 24. The good news is that F1 24 is already available for preorder right here. Feel free, though, to follow the official social handle here for future updates. Meanwhile, we’ll keep track of new information and let you know right here on

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Evans I. Karanja is a freelance writer who loves to write about anything technology. He is always on the lookout for interesting topics, and enjoys writing about video games, cryptocurrency and blockchain and more. When not writing, he can be found playing video games or watching F1.