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First ever F1 2018 gameplay to see in new video

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With a new video, Codemasters has unveiled some gameplay footage from F1 2018 that is first ever F1 2018 gameplay . In the video, we can see how Charles Leclerc of the Alfa Romeo Sauber F1 team drives a lap on their home circuit. The iconic Circuit de Monaco is the circuit where the Grand Prix will take place this weekend, so it is very appropriate.

Charles himself also told about the game and what the Monaco circuit looks like:

“I am very fond of playing F1 games! As soon as I step out of the car, I miss racing. So when I’m home, I play it for fun. Outside the circuit, this is the closest to driving a Formula 1 car, so this is always enjoyment again. ”

About the reproduction of Monaco in F1 2018, Charles added:” First of all, I was amazed at how realistic the environment. Because I was born in Monaco, I know the circuit very well. The track is really beautifully designed in the game. My favorite part is the last piece, racing there has a great rhythm. “

Stuart Campbell, the new art director of F1 2018, reported to be very proud of the new images and explains what improvements there are

“One of the biggest visual enhancements for F1 2018 comes from our revised systems for lighting, air, clouds and atmospheric conditions. These systems work closely together and influence all aspects of the display, making the game appear more convincing than ever before. Our new cloud technology is getting closer to reality with improved cloud formations and response to light during the different weather scenarios that are an important part of the F1. Even on a clear day the sky looks interesting, with very detailed clouds and aircraft tracks. The new atmospheric system gives a real sense of depth by connecting the air and the terrain in a more coherent way, for stunning views. “

Check the images below. The official video game of the FIA ​​Formula One World Championship 2018 will be released later this summer, on August 24.