F1 2020 (Xbox One) Review

This entire game just reeks of quality, and can be exactly the type of racing game you want it to be. The new My Team mode will keep you busy for hours upon hours, but the management aspect does require more of an acquired taste. If you’ve played the 2018 or 2019 entries then perhaps you could be forgiven for sitting this one out, but if you’ve yet to experience Codemasters at its peak – or if you grew tired of the series a few years ago – then F1 2020 comes with a wholehearted recommendation from myself. This is as good as it gets.

Originally published on puredeadgaming.com
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