F1 2021 Updated to Version 1.16 Across All Platforms

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Codemasters has published a small update for F1 2021 across all platforms, bringing the title to version 1.16.

A small update is now available to be installed for F1 2021 on all platforms. The focus of the update is mainly bug fixes and minor UI improvements.

Development of F1 2021 will undoubtedly be coming to a close soon as the development team at Codemasters shifts their focus to the next installment of the series.

F1 2021 was widely well-received in reviews. The title showed some gameplay improvements versus previous titles, but also an elaborate and well produced story mode to help players reenact the off track drama we're seeing more of in the real F1.

A challenge facing the development team this offseason will be the implementation of new performance metrics and car styles owing to the regulation changes in Formula 1 going into next season. We typically see F1 titles released in summer, and that should be the case here as the team will need time to gather data and scan cars which are only now being revealed to the world.

The changelog for the version 1.16 update is below. Are you still playing F1 2021? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below on this title and your expectations for future titles.

V1.16 Patch Notes

Online
  • Addressed an issue where re-joining a qualifying session would result in the session timer being reset for that user.
  • Addressed an issue where host and client could struggle to get into the same league event if they previously declined to proceed to the next session.
General
  • Ghosting can now be disabled in Two-Player Career.
  • Penalties given for collisions under the Safety Car will be more fairly distributed.
  • Resolved a crash when attempting to back out from the Official F1® 2021 Championship and attempting to re-enter on consoles.
  • Resolved a crash when selecting a salary with your current team having cancelled negotiations with them previously.
  • Previous simulation settings in Grand Prix will now be remembered when starting a new Grand Prix event.
  • General stability improvements.
  • Various minor fixes.
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