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  1. Please make sure to do the following: - Post this into the F1 2020, Technical Assistance section. - Use this as bug report template: - Sharing your computer specifications would also help. This data is required for the moderators/developers to understand your issue. Their answer might not be the quickest, so patience might be needed. You could also try re-installing the game, maybe some few files were not downloaded correctly.
  2. Wait a bit. Moderators like Barry or Steve will come to you as soon as they can. Patience is needed, as they cannot deal with everything at the same time. If you don't get a reply for a very long time you can mention(@) them. Sometimes they can miss these problems due to the activity in the forums.
  3. Barry has already said this is considered for the future but not for now, I doubt we'll have it for F1 2021 but we will have to wait until game gets released. If this wasn't added be patient because the development team is already aware about this feature.
  4. Here's another video from Alex Gillon catching features or things we didn't notice in the Features Trailer.
  5. Correct. The real reason of why is probably because: They will need to spend more time on developing it in order to make all of the F1 2020 cars eligible for every mode, and also for their own section too (Time Trial and etc). From what I have seen in gameplay and information, only 5 out of the 10 cars from the 2020 season are elegible in Braking Point; the rest are from the 2021 season (livery) -- atleast from what I have seen from the features trailer, but this could change. I think the reason of this is due to lack of time -- but maybe all 2020 cars will have the right livery
  6. I'm not sure it will be included in Braking Point but it surely will be included for all career modes.
  7. Of course -- this is just my point of view from what we have seen so far -- I'm aware that things can change at the game's final build. I don't think they will be so evolutionary but maybe there will be a change, and not to forget the Focus stat.
  8. Some of the footage in the trailer was using an engine for making cutscenes -- so it has nothing to do in-game I believe. The Canada shoot (0:36) was a cutscene, so was also the F2 2019 part (0:23), the Alpha Tauri's crash (0:21), and a few others. Some though were from in-game replays. I'm sure they did those exclusively for Braking Point and make them have the feeling of being more dramatized and better-looking. I believe the AI hasn't changed much, probably they have re-worked something but surely not revolutionary at all. Although I have seen the AI going wide in some corners esp
  9. The new F1® game is looking promising despite the price, and DiRT is fun to play especially when you have nothing to do. Good stuff CM.
  10. Please make a full bug report using the base multiplayer bug reporting template: This will help the devs/managers understand your issue and help you correctly.
  11. I'm sure they are already aware of these cheaters and I'm hoping they could take action on that -- it's most likely that the cheater's lap times will not be removed for F1 2020 but maybe they have new measures for F1 2021, at least that is what I'm hoping for. All I know is that, for sure, they are aware -- so they might think of how or what they could do, not sure if they did something about this though.
  12. I'm not Italian but ciao e benvenuto ai forum! My italian is not the greatest as you can see, but I really like the italian people and their culture -- pretty kind and funny people, to be honest. F1 2021 will be a great game I agree. Have a great time here at the forums!
  13. Eclipsium

    Tyre Wear

    So basically our tyres will be gone for next game, Bono...
  14. Not possible due to lack of time they have got. It takes a lot of months to, not only do the full track layout with its full textures and uphills/downhills, but also for collision, AI & SC following the racing line and acting, assists (braking and racing line), check for laps; track limits and/or when a yellow flag could be caused, etc. These tracks usually takes around 8 months, or more. So it makes sense why Codemasters are releasing the new tracks in a post-launch patch. If Codemasters have already been working with historic tracks for F1 2022 then it might be possible, but we
  15. I know this was already said, but: Let's say you are the head developer of F1 2021, and you see that you might not have time enough to finish the new layouts from Spain and Australia. What would you do? I would rather leaving them as how they are (2020 layout) than updating them and for the game's launch have lots of bugs in terms of AI or SC following the racing line, collision, car stability, assists on the rebranded corners/straights, etc. That would really put Codemasters in a bad looking position. It is much better if they do not update them than they rushing to update it. If th
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