F1 22 Offers First In-Game Look at the Miami International Autodrome


EA Sports has shared a preview of the Miami GP circuit from the upcoming F1 22 game, including a teaser of the supercars that will be included in this year's title.

Just days before the real Formula 1 teams take to the track for the first time in Miami, the F1 22 team has shared some cinematic clips from the new racing venue.

F1 22 will include the Miami International Autodrome, a circuit which has yet to see racing action. This continues a recent improvement to the series' approach to in-game tracks. In recent editions the Codemasters / EA team has added tracks into the game that were not present at release to try and keep up with last minute scheduling changes to the real F1 calendar due to COVID.

F1 22 will be released on July 1st sporting a new naming convention for the series, and will include VR for PC users and a number of other features fans have been asking for in recent years. If you watch the preview below until the end, you'll also catch a quick glimpse of a McLaren 720S Spider, which will be among the supercars featured in F1 22.

Miami's circuit is 5.412 kilometers long, and includes 19 corners, three DRS zones and one faux marina. Racing action takes place this weekend starting on Friday with two free practices, and culminating in a 57 lap race on Sunday, May 8th at 15:30 EST.

Let us know your thoughts on the Miami International Autodrome or anything else F1 22 related on Twitter at @RaceDepartment or in the comments below!
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also it's not really a trailer of the game. it just shows the engine, track and the same default chassis with differet liveries. and to remind they have 2 months to build the whole game
 
Maybe i am completely wrong, but the music gives me brazilian carnival vibes o.ô nontheless sound and graphics looks good - F2 still part of the game is great (can be seen on left bottom on release date screen). The McLaren seems to be part of this F1 Life thing. Maybe just because EA has many car licences.. nothing I need, but it's not a bad thing.
 
Fascinating how many people classify something as not OK just because they're not used to it.

You are very much OK with RAP/ Hiphop music circulating in your children's schools although a big part of it is loaded with indescent words or criminality promotion. And when someone presents a new music genre to you, you bash it. Ask yourself this: Do you dare to bash RAP for example? then why you dare to bash something because it sounds Brasillian?
 
Another comment:

Usually F1 games look realistic to my eyes while well optimised. I noticed that they don't improve the game alot every year. In the graphics department for example: One year they add fog (we call it haze?) and one year they remove it. That's their solution to spare the money of R&D.

Now, this is supposed to be a totally new engine. A first preliminary check at the graphics, this doesn't trick my eyes to be real and you can detect it's a game since the first tenth of a second of a glance. But maybe I'm wrong, graphics should only become better not worse.
 
A second look and it still feels like a joke.

The graphics in the arial panoramic cameras (hellicopter or something) remind me with ArtOfRally and CircuitSupperstars.
The graphics of the shots on the track level and onboard all remind me with Project Cars 3 visuals.
 
Fascinating how many people classify something as not OK just because they're not used to it.

You are very much OK with RAP/ Hiphop music circulating in your children's schools although a big part of it is loaded with indescent words or criminality promotion. And when someone presents a new music genre to you, you bash it. Ask yourself this: Do you dare to bash RAP for example? then why you dare to bash something because it sounds Brasillian?

I dare to bash rap. It's utter crap. Don't have problem with brazilian music though.
 
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also it's not really a trailer of the game. it just shows the engine, track and the same default chassis with differet liveries. and to remind they have 2 months to build the whole game

That's how they've usually done it, no? Just made the liveries for the default multiplayer-car (and default myteams car?) and used that.
 
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Thanks now I've an headache. I would prefer just one lap onboard or so. Much better. This is way too flashy.
 
They must have read my comment, no video no gameplay, no purchase but what's the point of putting an orange car at the very end of the video. EA has a talent for ruining everything lol

Nevertheless, it is indeed one of the only licenses whose tracks are alive and whose career mode is top notch, most with an arcade gameplay that will suit most people, so there is little concern that it is a good game / good entertainment.
 

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