The Classic Edition for the first time will offer Classic content cars, drivers, and tracks from the past. The Standard Edition as well as the Classic Edition will include Classics from the 1980s, which includes cars, drivers, and tracks from the period. However, only the Classic Edition will offer the Classics from the 1990s which includes cars, drivers, and tracks from that period. The Classic Edition will also add both the Imola and Estoril circuits, as well as all of the Office 2013 Championship content.
The move to add the additional classic content has been something that fans have been asking to have added to the game for a long time. This will make the first time that Codemasters has been able to add the classic content. All of the Classic content will be able to be purchased as DLC at a later date after release.
While no price was announced for the Classic Edition, the standard Edition will be available at the normal established pricing, according to sources. No release day was confirmed for the game other than to say that it will arrive at some point in September. When F1 2013 is released, it will only be released for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC. Codemasters says that the game pushes the limits to what is possible on the current generation of consoles. As expected, there is no planned release for the Xbox One or PlayStation 4 this year. Also, despite rumors the developer is apparently not planning a Wii U release at this time.