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  1. Hi everyone! As always, you can also find this on our blog. --- One of the biggest changes to multiplayer in F1® 2019 is the addition of new in-game leagues. But as with any big, complex system we know that you’ll likely have a lot of questions about how it works – and, alongside our livestream, which you can check out below, we hope to answer as many of them as we can. Some of you will absolutely know what a league is, but for those of you who might not know, a league is a championship – a series of race events with a persistent score. Whoever has the most points at the end of the final event is declared the winner. In F1 2019 the progress of each league championship is stored on the game’s online services, meaning individual league members can interact with the league even if the league owner is offline. You can be a member of up to 20 leagues at once, and each league can support 20 competitors (though league owners can reduce the maximum number of competitors to increase the number of spectator slots, if they so wish). Leagues can be set to be either “scheduled” or “on-demand”. Scheduled leagues are a great option for strangers playing against each other, as the events take place at scheduled times/dates. As long as you turn up at the predetermined time, you can take part in the event (even if the owner doesn’t show up!) If you know the people you want to play with though, on-demand leagues may be a better option for you! This style of league is a lot more dynamic – events can be kicked off whenever a league admin and at least one other competitor are present. This means you could play a couple of races one night, then leave it open as to when you’re all getting back together for the next one. Leagues have a whole suite of other options to allow you to configure the kind of experience you want: League Privacy. Public leagues can appear in the Suggested Leagues list, and can be found by using the in-game search option. Private leagues are invisible – you can only join a private league by either a) being invited, or b) searching for the league using its unique access code (which must be provided by an existing league member). Private leagues also have access to some options public leagues do not. For example, they may play using the official teams instead of the multiplayer car, and admins of private leagues may also edit the results of a GRAND PRIX after it has ended. Admission Type. By default, players who ask to join a league will be automatically accepted. But if you apply to join a league with approvals enabled, your application must be manually approved by a league admin. The admins can access your OS profile and your in-game Super Licence in order to assess your suitability before approving or rejecting your application (including the all-new Attendance Rating, which rates your reliability in terms of attending/completing league events). AI. Allows you to define how the AI will be used. In a full or nearly full league you might want to disable the AI entirely. Or you may want the AI to be present on track (to create traffic), but not in the standings – i.e. you want the overall competition to be between the humans only. Or you may have a league with just a few of you, and you want to have a more collaborative experience competing against a full roster of AI for the championship title. Allow AI Substitutions. It can be annoying, but understandable when players can’t make league events. To reduce the impact upon the other competitors’ experience, F1 2019 offers the option of having the AI substitute for missing players. These AI will be presented as though they are the player they are replacing (albeit with an “AI” tag), helping to preserve the fidelity of the experience for everyone else. For maximum flexibility, the AI level of the substitutes can be set separately to that of other AI competitors. These are just some of the options available. As well as these, you can also find a similar range of options to those seen in GRAND PRIX™ or Unranked modes: weekend structure, race options, assist restrictions. You’ll also be able to search for a league that matches what you’re looking for in terms of schedule, gameplay options or social vibes. Or you can also create your own and invite others to join you! Owners can then promote other members to the role of admin, so they can help to share the burden of administrating the league. At the end of the championship the winner is declared and the competitors (provided certain levels of attendance have been met) are awarded league medals based on their performance. These medals can be displayed in the player’s Trophy Cabinet (under their Super Licence), and can be favourited so that other players can see them when viewing your licence. The owner is then free to restart the league at any time, starting a new championship (optionally with the existing players or an all-new roster). While a league championship is in progress, competitors will receive penalties to their attendance rating for quitting partway through. To prevent unscrupulous league owners from griefing members, significant changes to the league structure can only be enacted via voting. Changes to the settings or track list can only be instigated by the owner, but must be voted on by members before they can take effect. Votes to postpone an event can be proposed by any competitor, but require unanimous approval from the rest of the league. Votes to kick a player can also be proposed by any competitor, but before that drastic reprisal admins/owners can apply grid penalties or disqualifications to discourage unwanted behaviour. With all these options, finding a league to suit your playstyle has never been easier, whether you’re looking for casual fun with your friends, or a hardcore competitive experience with the best drivers you can find. We hope you enjoy exploring the opportunities afforded by this new system when F1 2019 launches later this month! Super Licence This leads us very nicely onto the Super Licence! The Super Licence is the record of your time spent in F1 2019. And with the improvement to online services, you can now view other players’ Super Licences from anywhere within the game, even if that player is offline! The Super Licence is accessible from anywhere in the game’s menu system. It comprises three main areas: The Super Licence itself Trophy Cabinet Stats The Super Licence displays information like your profile name and your key ratings: Skill Rating, Safety Rating, Attendance Rating and driver level. When viewing your own licence you’ll also be able to review your XP and milestone progress. The Trophy Cabinet is new to F1 2019 and gives you a way of showing off your in-game accolades. You can acquire trophies in many ways, some from singleplayer (winning GPs in Career Mode, completing championships in Championships mode) and some from multiplayer (completing league championship seasons, competing in Weekly Events, competing in F1® Esports Series qualifying events or live events). Of all the trophies you own, up to 6 can be marked as favourites, and it’s these that will be shown to other players when they view your Super Licence. Use your favourites to show off the performances of which you’re the most proud! The stats page includes information about your time spent in F1 2019, and has been significantly expanded from F1 2018. The stats are split into different online categories, all of which you can view when inspecting another player’s Super Licence. Career stats are also included when looking at your own licence, but are not shared with other players. In F1 2018, you had had to be in the same session as someone else to inspect each other’s stats, but now you can view the Super Licence of another player from anywhere you can select them: a league’s member list, the Weekly Event/Esports qualifying event leaderboards, lobbies, and so on. When you view another player’s licence it opens a slightly different interface that allows you to compare their licence/stats against your own. It’s never been easier to rate yourself against the other players you meet in F1® 2019’s expanded multiplayer!
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    F1 2019 Career news & gameplay

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  3. Hi all, These questions were gathered from a number of different sources, including our social media and more. I get that they haven’t answered all your questions though, so I have grabbed a few members of the team to get you answers for a few of the other questions you have asked. You can find these answers below. Thanks all, Can we skip the F2 portion of Career Mode? The F2 Feeder Series includes a number of different scenarios, each of which can have different outcomes in terms of your interactions with new drivers Devon Butler and Lukas Weber. These outcomes continue to be referenced throughout your FORMULA 1 career - they inform the commentary, the types of questions/answers you’ll see Devon and Lukas encounter in their own press interactions (which you can follow via transcripts delivered to you by your agent). Players are able to skip the Feeder Series if they so choose, and this will also remove Devon and Lukas from the FORMULA 1 roster – but this will obviously also remove any sense of the narrative threaded throughout the F1® 2019 Career. Customising the HUD on Consoles The HUD customisation feature was added to help mitigate some of the issues more commonly found on PC with multi-monitor setups. But it has been designed in such a way that it can be brought to consoles in the future, and we’ll use the response/feedback from the playerbase when the game launches at the end of this month when determining how best to focus future development. Items like forced camera, proximity arrows off, cockpit only leagues Force cockpit and force proximity arrows off are not settings included in F1® 2019. With the inclusion of the new Leagues system in ’19, the possibility now exists for more consistent competitive spaces in multiplayer, and we’ll be following player feedback carefully in this area when deciding how best to expand the options here in the future. Such options are unlikely to appear in Ranked, however, where implementing such options would fragment the playerbase and make it harder to reliably find games with appropriate players. For that reason Ranked will continue to use fixed settings. Pitstop Lollipop Lights Not being visable We’ve now added extra pitstop lights to the steering wheel for those of you who prefer to play in cockpit view, so they will always be visible.
  4. Hi everyone! This info is up on our blog here as well. -------- Are you ready for F1 2019? We're very happy to be able to reveal the compatible wheels, controllers and general peripheral list for all platforms - PlayStation 4, PC and Xbox One - and you can check them all out below. PS4 Buttkicker Fanatec ClubSport Shifter SQ V 1.5 Fanatec ClubSport Steering Wheel F1® Esports Fanatec ClubSport Steering Wheel Formula v2 Fanatec CSL Elite PS4 Fanatec Podium Racing Wheel F1® Logitech Driving Force Shifter Logitech G29 Next Level Racing Motion Platform Pace Wheel PS4 Controller Thrustmaster Ferrari 458 Rim Thrustmaster Ferrari F1 Rim Thrustmaster Ferrari GTE Rim Thrustmaster GT Rim Thrustmaster Leather 28 GT Rim Thrustmaster LED Display Thrustmaster PS Rim Thrustmaster T150 Thrustmaster T300 Thrustmaster T500 Thrustmaster T80 Thrustmaster T-GT Thrustmaster TH8A Add-On Shifter Venom Hurricane Xbox Buttkicker Fanatec ClubSport Shifter SQ V 1.5 Fanatec ClubSport Steering Wheel F1® Esports Fanatec ClubSport Steering Wheel Formula v2 Fanatec ClubSportWheel Fanatec CSL Elite Fanatec CSL Elite McLaren GT3 Fanatec Podium Logitech Driving Force Shifter Logitech G920 Racing Wheel MadCatz Pro Racing Thrustmaster Ferrari 458 Rim Thrustmaster Ferrari F1 Rim Thrustmaster Ferrari GTE Rim Thrustmaster GT Rim Thrustmaster Leather 28 GT Rim Thrustmaster PS Rim Thrustmaster TH8A Add-On Shifter Thrustmaster TMX Thrustmaster TS XW RACER Thrustmaster TX Xbox One Controller PC Buttkicker D-Box Motion Platform Fanatec ClubSport Steering Wheel F1® Esports Fanatec ClubSport Steering Wheel Formula v2 Fanatec ClubSportWheel Fanatec CSL Elite Fanatec CSL Elite McLaren GT3 Fanatec CSR Elite Fanatec Podium Keyboard Leo Bodnar SimSteering v2 Leo Bodnar SLI Pro Display Logitech Driving Force GT Logitech Driving Force Pro Logitech Driving Force Shifter Logitech G25 Racing Wheel Logitech G27 Racing Wheel Logitech G29 Racing Wheel Logitech G920 Racing Wheel PS4 Controller SimXperience Accuforce v1 Steam Controller Thrustmaster Ferrari 430 Force Feedback Racing Wheel Thrustmaster Ferrari 458 Rim Thrustmaster Ferrari 488 Challenge Edition Thrustmaster Ferrari F1 Rim Thrustmaster Ferrari GT Experience Thrustmaster Ferrari GT F430 Wireless Cockpit Thrustmaster Ferrari GTE Rim Thrustmaster GT Rim Thrustmaster Leather 28 GT Rim Thrustmaster RGT Force Feedback Clutch Edition Thrustmaster T100 Thrustmaster T150 Thrustmaster T300 Thrustmaster T500 Thrustmaster T-GT Thrustmaster TH8A Add-On Shifter Thrustmaster TH8 RS Shifter Thrustmaster TMX Thrustmaster TS PC RACER Thrustmaster TS XW RACER Thrustmaster TX Thrustmaster Universal Challenge 5-in-1 Racing Wheel Tobii Eye Tracker Track-IR Xbox 360 Pad for Windows Xbox One Controller
  5. Hi all! As always, you can find also find this on our blog here. ---- F1 2019 is coming this month, which is why we’re answering some of your most asked questions right here on our blog! If you missed our latest trailer (featuring Brian Tyler’s iconic Formula 1 theme) you can find it right here: When is F1 2019 released? F1 2019 releases on the 28th June with the Anniversary Edition. The Legends Edition releases with 3 days’ early access on the 25th June. What platforms will it be available on? It will be available on PlayStation®4 computer entertainment system, the Xbox One family of devices including the Xbox One X and Windows PC (DVD and via Steam). Does the Legends Edition of F1 2019 include early access to the game? Yes, you’ll be able to get your hands on the game on the 25th June, though if you’re in the US and Canada, it’s the digital version only that’s available three days early. For those outside this location, this is dependent on your local retailer, though buying it digitally will guarantee you early access. Are both the 2010 McLaren MP4-25 and 2010 Ferrari F10 included in the Legends Edition of F1 2019, or do we need to buy the Anniversary Edition to get them? Yes, both the 2010 McLaren MP4-25 and 2010 Ferrari F10 are included in the Legends Edition. That’s not forgetting that in the Legends Edition you’ll get to drive as Ayrton Senna in his 1990 McLaren MP4/5B and Alain Prost in the Ferrari F1-90, face-off over eight race challenges, and receive exclusive Senna and Prost themed multiplayer car liveries! You can see more on this in our trailer right here! Is there a Steelbook for F1 2019? Yes, there is, you can find out more here – it’s available in local markets via exclusive retailers! Will we have the official and final 2019 cars on release? Yes! We showed off the final cars on our blog right here. Previously, some of the cars we’ve used in the trailers we’ve been showing off so far have been the 2019 regulation cars designed in collaboration with Ross Brawn and Pat Symonds – and you can find out more in our announcement blog about F1 2019 right here – the good news is that you we can tell you that you will be getting the full, final cars on release! You’ll just need to make sure that you’re online, so that we can update them for you! Will we get both the Sprint and Feature race when playing F2? Yes! The full F2 2018 season is playable in F1 2019, separate to career mode, and all F2 gameplay complies with the features and rules of F2. F2 cars are also available in Time Trial, Grand Prix mode (on all tracks, not just the official F2 tracks), as well as a variety of F2 championship modes. And that’s not to mention that you’ll experience F2 as a brand new introduction to F1 2019’s career mode, as well as getting to hear the commentary of Alex Jacques and Davide Valsecchi. Will we be getting the 2019 update to the F2 season, and if so, when will it be coming? Yes, we’re bringing you the 2019 update to the F2 season as a free download post launch, we’ll be keeping you up to date as to when we’ll be bringing these to you! Will we be able to play F2 in multiplayer? Yes, you’ll be able to play F2 in both Unranked and LAN modes and we will be bringing this to you as a free download post launch! Can you customise your car, driver suit in F1 2019, and where can you use them in-game? Yes, you can! You can customise your driver suit, gloves and multiplayer car – some customisation will cost you competition points, which we’ll talk about more below. Your driver suit and gloves will be used in your multiplayer games and will also be used when you’re driving the classic cars, whether in career mode, or in any other game mode. With the Legends Edition, both Ayrton Senna and Alain Prost’s likenesses have also been added to the Career mode, and you’ll also receive exclusive Senna and Prost themed multiplayer car liveries. You can check all of this out for yourself in our latest F1 2019 livestream right here: Where can we use the multiplayer car, and can we still use the official cars in our multiplayer games? The multiplayer car can be used across multiplayer, though you can also use the official team cars in unranked, leagues and LAN games too! Could you tell us about competition points? What are they and how do they work? Competition points can be earnt in many different ways. You can earn them by taking part in weekly events, completing weekly objectives in Ranked multiplayer and keeping a clean Safety rating. One of the ways you can use them is to customise your multiplayer car, suit, gloves etc. Competition points can’t be bought, but if you’d like, you can also purchase some of our premium liveries suits or gloves with currency, though all of these are for cosmetic purposes only, and don’t affect your performance in any way. Could you tell us more about the automated race highlights system? Yes, certainly – the replays will capture your best moments from your races and show them to you in the form of a highlights reel! You can save these and view them in ‘Theatre’ in the game menu, and if you’re playing on PC, you’ll be able to export your highlight reels as well. Does F1 2019 have a customisable HUD? If you’re playing on PC, yes, you’ll be able to customise the HUD. We’ll be revealing more about this soon! Where can I pre-order F1 2019, and can I pre-order it in my country? You can pre-order F1 2019 from formula1-game.com, or on various first party stores below: Steam PlayStation EU – Legends Edition PlayStation EU – Anniversary Edition PlayStation US – Legends Edition PlayStation US – Anniversary Edition Xbox – Legends Edition Xbox – Anniversary Edition
  6. Hi all, I’ve removed a number of off-topic posts and posts that broke the forum rules. Please do not bump threads and please stay civil. Thanks,
  7. Faya

    Season 1 Germany

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  8. Faya

    DiRTy Gossip Thread

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  9. Hi everyone! As always, you can find all of this on our blog as well. ---- It’s time for the first full in-game trailer for F1® 2019, the official videogame of the 2019 FIA FORMULA ONE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP™! Showcasing stunning visual uplift and featuring the official F1 theme music written by composer Brian Tyler, the trailer focuses on intense rivalries as the drivers jostle for position in the heat of the battle. You can check it out right here: The eagled-eyed of you will notice that it also gives a glimpse of some of the classic F1 cars that are returning for F1 2019, and you can see the full list here: 2010 Red Bull RB6 2009 Brawn BGP 001 2008 McLaren MP4 –23 2007 Ferrari F2007 2006 Renault R26 2004 Ferrari F2004 2003 Williams FW25 1998 McLaren MP4-13 1996 Williams FW18 1992 Williams FW14 1991 McLaren MP4/6 1988 McLaren MP4/4 1982 McLaren MP4/1B 1979 Ferrari 312 T4 1978 Lotus 79 1976 Ferrari 312 T2 1976 McLaren M23D 1972 Lotus 72D INCLUDED IN THE F1 2019 ‘LEGENDS EDITION’: SENNA AND PROST 1990 Ferrari F1-90 1990 McLaren MP4/5B 2010 Ferrari F10 2010 McLaren MP4-25 INCLUDED IN THE F1 2019 ‘ANNIVERSARY EDITION’: 2010 Ferrari F10 2010 McLaren MP4-25 “Every year we make great strides so the game is as authentic and immersive as possible and we have surpassed expectations with the quality of the visuals in F1 2019,” said Lee Mather, F1 Game Director at Codemasters. “We also know from fan feedback the classic cars our community want to race and we hope the returning roster, alongside the new vehicles from the Legends and Anniversary editions, will give them the choices they crave.” F1 2019 features all the official teams, drivers and all 21 circuits from the 2019 season. This year sees the inclusion of F2 with players being able to complete the 2018 FIA Formula 2 Championship™. The 2019 F2 Championship content will be made available as a free digital update during the season**. The F1 2019 Legends Edition is launched with three days early access on June 25th 2019 on PlayStation®4 computer entertainment system, the Xbox One family of devices including the Xbox One X and Windows PC (DVD and via Steam). The F1 2019 Anniversary edition is released on 28th June 2019. Pre-order F1 2019 right here: Steam PlayStation EU - Legends Edition PlayStation EU - Anniversary Edition United Kingdom Amazon.co.uk PS4 Click here Amazon.co.uk Xbox One Click here Amazon.co.uk PC Click here GAME PS4 Click here GAME Xbox One Click here GAME PC Click here Germany Amazon PS4 Click here Amazon Xbox One Click here Amazon PC Click here Italy Amazon PS4 Click here Amazon Xbox One Click here Amazon PC Click here Gamepeople Xbox One Click here Gamepeople PC Click here Gamelife Xbox One Click here GameStop Xbox One Click here GameStop PC Click here Multiplayer.com Xbox One Click here Multiplayer.com PC Click here Gamestart Xbox One Click here Gamestart PC Click here Netherlands Media Markt PS4 Click here Media Markt Xbox One Click here Media Markt PC Click here Game Mania PS4 Click here Game Mania Xbox One Click here Game Mania PC Click here Nedgame Xbox One Click here Nedgame PC Click here Belgium Game Mania PS4 Click here Game Mania Xbox One Click here Game Mania PC Click here PlayerOne PS4 Click here PlayerOne Xbox One Click here PlayerOne PC Click here Smartoys PS4 Click here Smartoys Xbox One Click here Smartoys PC Click here Austria Media Markt PS4 Click here Media Markt Xbox One Click here Media Markt PC Click here Saturn PS4 Click here Saturn Xbox One Click here Saturn PC Click here GamesOnly PS4 Click here GamesOnly Xbox One Click here GamesOnly PC Click here Gameware PS4 Click here Gameware Xbox One Click here Gameware PC Click here
  10. Faya

    F1 2019 and VR...lets speculate

    Hi all, Please note I've removed a couple of posts as there were forum rules broken. Please stay civil. Thanks,
  11. Faya

    Formula 1 2018 Gave Me An Epileptic Seizure

    Hi @Dfarm, can you let me know what platform you are on, please? And can you let me know as much as you can about the race? Time of day for the race, which game mode, etc. If you're on PC can you send me your ingame hardware settings as well please. Many thanks!
  12. Hi all, I've removed a couple of posts due to sharing items from the beta forum. Those who have been selected for the beta, remember you must not share anything from the beta outside of the beta forums. I'm going to close this thread. Any further beta discussions must take place in the beta forums.
  13. Hi all! Everyone who is in the beta should now have access to the beta forums. If you do not have access to the beta forums and think you should, then let me know via PM. Please be patient when waiting for a response, I have a lot of messages at the moment and we are about to hit a long weekend in the UK.
  14. Hi all, To save some of you hitting the refresh button overnight, if you're in the beta and you've not been given access to the beta forums at this point, please check again tomorrow. I'm about to leave work and won't be able to update accounts until I get back into the office in the morning. I'll also let you know when everyone's been added. Thanks for your patience!
  15. Hi all! The Beta Forums are open and I'm currently adding people. Please make sure you head down to the bottom of the main forum page to find the super secret hidden forums. There you can ask any and all Beta related questions. It may take me a couple of days to add everyone, so please be patient. Remember, you are not allowed to talk about Beta Club outside of the official Beta forums.