“F1 22” is free to play. This is possible from October 20th to 24th, 2022. A new video is also available for viewing for the US weekend.
Codemasters and Electronic Arts are offering a free sniff of the racing game “F1 22” as part of a free weekend. From October 20th to 24th, 2022, interested parties worldwide will have the opportunity to convince themselves of the qualities during the US race weekend. This is possible on the platforms PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S and PC.
As usual, the progress made during the test phase is retained by the players and can be transferred to the full version once it has been purchased.
F1 22 on sale
In this context, Codemasters and Electronic Arts point to current promotions at dealers. For example, the PlayStation Store currently sells the PS4 version of F1 22 for 41.99 instead of 69.99 euros sold. In the case of the PS5 version, they are 47.99 instead of 79.99 euros. Also at Amazon can save a few euros.
In line with the US weekend, a video was also released that focuses on Daniel Ricciardo. With a few hints and tips, he shows how you can master the race track in Austin as quickly as possible.
“Through his personal experience and his charismatic personality, Ricciardo imparts technical knowledge such as braking points, difficult corners, overtaking maneuvers and DRS zones and explains what is necessary to conquer the track,” Electronic Arts and Codemasters commented on the video.
Players, in turn, can show off their skills by participating in the Ricciardo Hot Lap Challenge from October 20-24, 2022 and posting their fastest lap on the Circuit of The Americas using #RicciardoChallenge and #F122gameSweepstakes. The winner gets a virtual meet & greet and a race with Daniel Ricciardo himself.
Additionally, free and US-inspired content will be available via in-game mail as part of the race weekend celebrations. Through November 7, 2022, everyone who logs in will receive a Stars and Stripes livery, helmet, race suit and gloves, and The Griddy podium celebration.
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