F1 2011 will run at a steady 30 frames per second, not the 60 fps holy grail, but this is just half the story, F1 2011 chief game designer Stephen Hood has told VideoGamer.com.
F1 2011 doesn't hit stores until September 23, but development work is already underway on features for F1 2012, according to F1 2011 chief game designer Stephen Hood.
The success of F1 2010 has given the team increased freedom to do things the way they want them, but at the same time also brought an element of pressure.
"It feels a bit 'bandwagon,' the social thing. A lot of people are doing it at the moment, I think - I don't know if that has to be something we're chasing all the time."
Welcomes two new tracks, parc fermé cinematics, co-op careers, improved handling, oscillating bodywork and improved damage system.