In our last F1 2015 gameplay we followed a race in Singapore with Codemasters' own handling designer David Greco at the wheel. Now here's the multi-cam coverage of that action which gives us several different views of that race.
We take a simultaneous look at no less than four different camera viewpoints of the action, the cockpit camera is from gameplay and is running at 60 frames per second (fps) along with three different replay cameras including the TV-style footage in the bottom left which all runs at 30 fps in F1 2015.
Alan views F1 2015 as very much a back-to-basics title that strips away a few extras and options in order to focus on the core of the game – graphics, physics, and audio. We believe F1 2015 will act as a foundation for Codemasters to build upon adding in more and more new features with each new version every year.
We've got plenty more action from F1 2015 to come, for now check out the Singapore multi-cam action below and let us know how you think F1 2015 is shaping up in the comments.
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