There is both good and bad news for Formula 1 fans: a new gameplay trailer was recently released F1 23, which goes into more detail on various elements of the game. In addition, publisher EA clarified how support for PSVR2-Headsets stands.
Although the latest title of the racing simulation will offer VR support again, it is limited to the previous platforms.
Q1 23: No support planned for PlayStation VR 2
F1 23 will not offer support for PSVR2. Electronic Arts announced this to the Mixed portal. As a result, those who have treated themselves to the latest version of Sony’s virtual reality fun will unfortunately get nothing.
There is no question that this is a bitter disappointment. After all, the new VR headset has only been around for a short time and racing simulations in particular are popular in virtual reality. It is unlikely that EA’s decision will change until the release of F1 23, which is scheduled for June 16 for PC, PS5, Xbox Series X|S and the old generation of consoles, consisting of PS4 and Xbox One .
New Deep Dive shows fresh features and more
Just yesterday, EA and the developers of Codemasters gave F1 fans a preview of what to expect with the new part with a new, five-minute Deep Dive trailer. The main focus was on the fresh features of the title.
The main focus was on the changes in driving behavior, the improved driving physics and their calculations. The so-called Precision Drive feature is intended to massively improve driving behavior with a controller, whereby you should feel a straighter feeling when steering your car.
In addition, there will be a new race distance with 35 percent in F1 23 give, as well as the red flagswho celebrate their comeback. In addition, two new routes will be added: the Las Vegas Street Circuit in Nevada (USA) and the Losail International Circuit in Doha (Qatar).