Fresh off the back of F1 23’s Alfa Romeo and Boogie Art collaboration, plus Daniel Ricciardo’s inclusion in the game on the 29th of August (finally!), EA SPORTS has dropped a new F1 Replay for the latest entry in its eponymous racing game series.
The F1 Replay in question takes us back to May this year, where Max Verstappen dominated to take victory from his Red Bull team-mate Sergio Perez, a result made all the more remarkable as the Dutchman started from a lowly ninth on the grid.
As previously reported, F1 Replay events allow players to take the wheel of any of the grid’s 20 cars from their real-world starting positions, aiming to better their results in-game. It helps keep the 2023 Formula 1 season at the forefront of players’ minds, albeit with a three-month delay in this case.
It’s a neat, if superficial, addition to F1 23, which although feels similar in scope to F1 Manager 2023’s bold Race Replay mode offers less in the way of variety.
The Miami Grand Prix F1 Replay scenario is available to play now via F1 23’s F1 World menu.
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