Is an F1 23 Announcement Coming?

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News regarding the upcoming F1 game is certainly sparse. But F1 22 players are now seeing signs that an F1 23 announcement may be coming soon.

With the 2023 Formula One season well underway, fans of the sport are looking forward to the next official game. F1 23 is continuosly rumoured to be a fresh start for the series. But with little to no information on the upcoming release, fans are left questioning what will really be different.

Today however, the first signs of life concerning the game are beginning to emerge. If you picked up the 2022 season game today, you will have noticed a pop-up advertising the 2023 game. Formula One gamer and influencer, Aarava took to Twitter to show off the notification he received in-game.

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Along with the screenshot, he mentions his belief that an F1 23 announcement of some sort may take place this week. He points out the fact that previous releases in the franchise have been officially announced on mid-April Thursdays.

This is in fact true. Announcement trailers for F1 22 and F1 2021 released on 21 April and 15 April respectively, both of which were Thursdays. The F1 2020 announcement trailer however also debuted on a 15 April. A Wednesday in that particular year.

Whether EA Sports and Codemasters have fallen for a certain day of the week or not, it’s fair to say that now in the final week of April, the F1 23 announcement trailer is late. So with F1 22 players getting in-game pop-ups, it seems likely that this is the week we will finally get some information on the game.

More F1 23 Announcement Signs​

Whilst mid-game interruptions and statistical coincidences point towards this week for a trailer, there is more to discuss. Enter ‘F1 23‘ into Google and you will spot a page for the game on Steam.

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Those excited for the game can now add it to their wish list and keep up to date with everything going on. From release date announcements to pre-orders opening, fans will be the first to know when F1 23 becomes available to purchase.

Alongside Steam, we also know that F1 23 will release to both current and old generations of consoles. This includes the current crop of PS5 and Xbox Series S/X. But also the older PS4 and Xbox One platforms.

In fact, the game’s pre-release Beta will get underway this week for all five platforms. Two phases of this open beta will see the most dedicated of fans help iron out bugs. The open beta will end on 22 May. Could this indicate an earlier than usual release date for F1 23? Only time will tell.

Are you excited for a possible F1 23 announcement coming in the next few days?
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We are pleased to announce that our version of F1 2023 will cost €60 and you will have the pleasure of accessing our paid DLC.

In 2024, we will innovate with the addition of an integrated purchase system and don't forget that in 2025, with the VIP pass, you will have the right to an electronic signature from Jean Alesi.

See you in 2026 for more exciting news.
 
I hope this one does not have that awful EA Anti-Cheat that FIFA has. I still to this day can't get it to launch at times because EAC crashes and won't open. If it does, I'll be skipping the F1 series for the first time ever.
 
Why, whats the point? just keep working on F1 22. Its just stupid to keep making the same game every year. Or make a game called F1 and release new DLC every year, at least there can be progress within the game. You dont see ACC coming out with a new title for every new season. I know, I know cash grab... but still.
 
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We are pleased to announce that our version of F1 2023 will cost €60 and you will have the pleasure of accessing our paid DLC.

In 2024, we will innovate with the addition of an integrated purchase system and don't forget that in 2025, with the VIP pass, you will have the right to an electronic signature from Jean Alesi.

See you in 2026 for more exciting news.
Funny as hell, yet probably so close to the truth it's actually is pretty sad.
 
We are pleased to announce that our version of F1 2023 will cost €60 and you will have the pleasure of accessing our paid DLC.

In 2024, we will innovate with the addition of an integrated purchase system and don't forget that in 2025, with the VIP pass, you will have the right to an electronic signature from Jean Alesi.

See you in 2026 for more exciting news.
Don't forget your paddock pass for only 20 euros which will include an nft t-shirt, a non playable Mercedes Safety Car, and the Sochi Circuit!
 
F1 22 was the first and last game I will be buying of this series...
Well seeing that you have no experience of the better ones, like 2019 and 2020 and the 2017 version, your loss.
 
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Why, whats the point? just keep working on F1 22. Its just stupid to keep making the same game every year. Or make a game called F1 and release new DLC every year, at least there can be progress within the game. You dont see ACC coming out with a new title for every new season. I know, I know cash grab... but still.
Someone around a table had a great business model. And after endless years that round table has not changed that model. I mean after F1 22 fiasco and regular price drops of 8 quid does it suprise you? Maybe. Maybe the engine is not up all that adaption?
 
If the jittery head movement in VR is NOT fixed(what I sadly enough expect, since they ignored all (hundreds/maybe thousand of comments about it)). Then it's of course an instant skip.
 
I hope this one does not have that awful EA Anti-Cheat that FIFA has. I still to this day can't get it to launch at times because EAC crashes and won't open. If it does, I'll be skipping the F1 series for the first time ever.
Well, FIFA games are not FIFA anymore so maybe they will announce that F1 games are no longer... F1?...
 
I'm not paying 80$ (in Canada) for a game that I stop playing after a couple of months, if I remember what happened with F1 20 and F1 21... I'll wait for the reviews to see if it's really a fresh start, it seems to me like EA says that every year, for every sport title and in the end, it's pretty much the same game, with a few little things added. (And if the game was good in the first place, why would you need a fresh start?)
 
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