It looks like we're in the midst of a classic F1 championship this year.
So far, Codemasters has given few details about what we can expect from F1 2018.
The game development studio Codemasters has revealed the F1 2018 release date, allowing fans of the series to know when they can get behind the wheels of Formula One cars. Its most-recent, last year's F1 2017, was generally well-received upon release. The game will also include all of the official teams, drivers and circuits from the current 2018 season. Thanks to new downforce and grip-inducing rules, players were able to experience the performance increases of the 2017 cars - but also compare them to different eras of F1 regulations as well. Unfortunately, there are no screenshots or trailers to mark the announcement, but Paul Jean, the F1 Franchise Director at Codemasters, added that more classic cars will be added to this year's iteration of the game, along with more "great enhancements" that will be announced before the game releases. While Codemasters has yet to publish any actual gameplay of the game (though they might do so at E3), the gameplay will likely be similar to that of previous F1 racing games.
What is New in F1 2018?However, it has teased that F1 2018 will boast an expanded career mode, including the return of a 'highly requested feature'.
Apart from that, we don't know much about the new F1 2018 game, but we'll update this article when we know more.