F1 2021 update 1.14 is now available to download on PS4, PC, and Xbox One. This update is also released on PS5 (1.014.000) and Xbox Series X/S. According to the official F1 2021 patch notes, the latest update added various bug fixes, tweaks, and changes. Additionally, today’s F1 2021 version 1.14 also brings F2 2021 season update to the game.
Previously, a major update was released with quality of life improvements and gameplay changes.
Unfortunately, players are still experiencing problems with the game. Today’s F1 2021 PS4 update 1.14 will fix a few of these issues.
Check out more details below.
Today’s update features both F2™ 2020 and F2™ 2021 weekend structures, depending on which season you play. Unlike F2™ 2020’s structure, which you can choose to play through in Career mode, of one practice session, a qualifying, followed by an hour-long Feature race on Saturday, time depending on your race settings, and a Sprint race on the following Sunday, the 2021 season is slightly different. Available in Grand Prix, Time Trial, Social Play, Split-Screen, and LAN, F2™ 2021 has two Sprint races on Saturday, with the Feature race taking place on Sunday. Qualifying sets the grid for the feature race and the first sprint race, with those in the top ten reversing positions for the first sprint grid.
How do I access F2™?
Experience F2™ 2021 in Grand Prix, Time Trial, Social Play, Split-Screen, and LAN. Head to any one of those modes and select ‘F2™ 2021’ to get started.
F2™ 2020 is still available in Driver career, and to find that, start a career and select ‘Driver’ and then ‘Start in F2™’, follow the on-screen prompts to tailor the career to your preference. There is one additional option: choose which Driver Academy you wish to join. You will start the F2™ 2020 with a single goal of getting to F1® for the start of the 2021 season.
How do I drive an F2™ car?
Although F2™ cars are less complicated than F1®, they can be more challenging, primarily if you’re used to the high levels of grip and stability. This, combined with the low-profile tyres, means you can’t lean on the car as hard in the corners, and you will need to get on the brakes earlier.
However, the most challenging aspect of driving an F2™ car comes at low speed, where the lack of tyre grip and the engine’s high torque output results in a less planted car than in F1®. You’ll need to be extremely patient with the throttle while you go through the gears, as an F2™ car can easily snap on you with minimal warning.
F2™ cars are notoriously tough to drive without Traction Control, so mastering them with this assist on first will help you get to grips quicker.
They are challenging beasts to drive, but F2™ offers some of the most authentic and exciting racing. Start your story here, and when you graduate to F1®, your prowess and refined skills will make you the next G.O.A.T.
Download free F1 2021 version 1.14 on PlayStation 4, PC, and Xbox One.