What a week E3 was! We won an award from Atomix for ‘Best Sports Game’, which we’re very proud of – you can see it below (doesn’t it look nice!):
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Between the Canadian Grand Prix, press conferences and livestreams, keeping up with what happened can be a little difficult, so we’ve put everything in one place for you.
Creative Game Director Lee Mather appeared on Twitch’s E3 stream, talking about F1 2017’s expanded career mode. Missed it? Make sure you check it out for all the details:
F1 2017 was also showcased on IGN, which if you missed, you can catch up on here:
We grabbed Lee as soon as he arrived back to talk about this year’s E3: “This year, E3 was open to a large number of the public, so that gave our fans some really good early access to the game. Everyone was excited by the expanded career mode, especially the RPG-style skills tree R&D element of the game.”
It wasn’t just career mode and classics that we talked about – we also confirmed that F1 2017 will be supported on Xbox One X and PS4 Pro.
“A lot of people asked about Xbox One X,” Lee continued, “so it was very cool to be able to point them over to the game running at the show!”
Historic Ferrari Reveal
We also revealed the classic Ferraris of F1 2017, and if you missed the trailer, you can check it out below:
Livestreams weren’t the only thing happening throughout E3 – there were plenty of news articles talking about what you can look forward to in F1 2017. So, without any further ado, why don’t you check out these:
Trusted Reviews – F1 2017: New Features Explained
Digital Trends – F1 2017: Our First Take
Tom’s Hardware – A First Look At Codemasters’ ‘F1 2017’ From E3
Still hungry for more? Check out the below for more information on career mode and classic cars: