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Tuesday, 20 December 2011 09:25

Registration for F1 Online beta starts

Written by David Stellmack

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Codemasters indicates it will be a closed beta

The browser-based F1 Online that was announced last year from Codemasters is apparently ready for its first beta. The game’s official web site will be taking registrations for the beta. According to Codemasters, it will be a closed beta, but those participating will apparently be able to earn in-game rewards for when the game goes live.

The game is a top-down multiplayer browser-based title. It is compatible with both the PC and Mac from our understanding. The game takes the unique approach of combining both the management sim with actual multiplayer top down racing. The game does, of course, feature all of the teams, drivers, and circuits of the official 2011 Formula One World Championship.

Head on over to the web site and register for the beta there.


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0 #1 thematrix606 2011-12-20 10:48
Who still plays these games? Wait a few years, then release it when people need/want it. Releasing every year like EA or Activision does with their sport games is utter crap, because all they bring out is utter crap for a high price.
 
 
0 #2 Jay 2011-12-21 02:09
I wanna play I like F1 & racing games! This will be a great seller! if its free & online only! This will be very popular game!! :-)
 

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