F1 2021 is coming to EA Play and Xbox Game Pass on March 24. As specified on the official page, only the console version will be available, so PC users will need to wait it out.
UPDATE: (3-24) Today’s the day. F1 2021 is now included for Xbox Game Pass and EA Play subscribers.
If you haven’t already, make sure to read our F1 2021 review here.
The F1 series has always provided a strong and realistic experience behind the wheel, or at least what I would imagine what it would feel like since I have never actually driven an F1 car before. So, when I fired up the newest offering from Codemasters, I expected it to feel very much like its predecessors — and that would have been fine.
My expectations were met with a strong smack that I felt vibrating through my controller. On the PS5, the cars now have a weight to them that I have never felt before in this series, and I have played them all. Not only did each car carry a substantial feeling of weight behind the wheel, but the developers have also tweaked the controller-based driving experience by adding a new level of substance that puts more control in the hands of the user.