'F1 24' Launches on PC and Consoles May 31

Originally published at: 'F1 24' Launches on PC and Consoles May 31 - XboxEra

Developer Codemasters and publisher Electronic Arts have announced that their latest Formula 1 entry, ‘F1 24’, will launch on PC via EA Desktop/Epic Games Store/Steam, PlayStation, and Xbox consoles on the 31st of May. F1 24 will include an overhauled Career mode, the new EA Sports Dynamic Handling system, and more. Head on this way for pre-order information and check out the press details below for discount information.

For a time-limited period, a new loyalty program rewards drivers who own any of F1 2021, F1 22, or F1 23 with a 15% discount when they pre-order the F1 24 Champions Edition. As a bonus, players will also receive the McLaren and Alpine 2023 F1 esports liveries, which will seamlessly carry over to F1 24.

“For the first time, our F1 23 players can now connect immediately with the 2024 season with some of their favourite teams ahead of this weekend’s first Lights Out,” said Lee Mather, Senior Creative Director at Codemasters. “Our full reveal is coming soon, and we’re bringing players an overhauled Career mode, a new EA SPORTS Dynamic Handling System, and so much more.”

Alongside a second wave of new season liveries coming at the end of April, players who pre-order will receive several valuable items connected directly to F1 24 at launch. The digital-exclusive Champions Edition equips drivers with two new Formula 1 Icons, 18,000 Pitcoin and an F1 World Bumper Pack featuring resources for single and multiplayer gameplay events. They will also receive up to three days of early access starting May 28, and all pre-orders come with one bonus VIP Podium Pass. Players pre-ordering the Standard Edition will receive 5,000 Pitcoin and an F1 World Starter Pack.

Have a gander at the official announce trailer below for more information. (Warning: the video contains flashing imagery).


I love watching F1, but the games just aren’t that fun to play IMO. Watching Codemasters put out a new F1 game every year just makes me wish for more DiRT and GRID instead.


I concur to an extent.

IMO they’re too finicky (navigating the hud menu during a race for strategy reasons is pretty much impossible on a gamepad) & they’re too sim oriented.

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I played a lot of these for a while. Have to say I haven’t touched the last versions much, even when they came to EA Play/Game Pass.

Had a lot of fun with them though.


I like the series, but is this still cross-gen? Feel like they have been using the same engine for many years now.

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