*UPDATED* F1 2020: Dry & Wet Setups, Exclusive Codemasters Interview, Deals, Wheels, Guides, F2 & more
Codemasters’ latest Formula 1 is a hit – If you need tips, tricks, info, or a new rig we have you covered.
Keep reading as we cover the best set-ups for the game, amazing deals and, of course, our exclusive interview with Codemasters.
Latest news – Exclusive Interview with Codemasters
Despite working from home Codemasters managed to create what many believe is the finest F1 game to date!
We got the chance to interview F1 Franchise Game Director, Lee Mather, about the challenges of developing and launching a game amid the current crisis.
“Setting up the vehicles and season performance proved challenging, having not had the opportunity to see any races take place before launch,” stated Mather and the team even had to record podium animations in a back garden!
20% OFF for PC Gamers!
If you’re a PC gamer and haven’t got your copy of F1 2020 yet, then firstly, what have you been doing?
But more importantly, Green Man Gaming is currently offering an amazing deal! You can grab your copy of F1 2020 on PC for up to 20% off through this link!
This means the Michael Schumacher Deluxe Edition is discounted to £43.99.
Buy F1 2020
If you aren’t on PC, you can get F1 2020 on PS4 or Xbox One for £44.99.
That’s already £10 cheaper than the release price.
If you want the Michael Schumacher content you can buy the Deluxe Edition for £65.
F1 2020 setups
Setups are crucial for finding speed on F1 2020. The balance of the car and stress on the tyres are very difficult to keep in harmony.
Listed below are all our setup guides. More setups are going up every day!
If you can’t find the one you need right now check back regularly!
- Australia Dry Setup
- Bahrain Dry Setup
- Vietnam Dry Setup
- China Dry Setup
- Netherlands Dry Setup
- Spain Dry Setup
- Monaco Dry Setup
- Azerbaijan Dry Setup
- Canada Dry Setup
- Austria Dry Setup
- Britain Dry Setup
- Hungary Dry Setup
- Belgium Dry Setup
- Italy Dry Setup
- Singapore Dry Setup
- Russia Dry Setup
- Japan Dry Setup
- United States Dry Setup
- Mexico Dry Setup
- Brazil Dry Setup
- Abu Dhabi Dry Setup
- Australia Wet Setup
- Bahrain Wet Setup
- Vietnam Wet Setup
- China Wet Setup
- Netherlands Wet Setup
- Spain Wet Setup
- Monaco Wet Setup
- Azerbaijan Wet Setup
- Canada Wet Setup
- France Wet Setup
- Austria Wet Setup
- Britain Wet Setup
- Hungary Wet Setup
- Italy Wet Setup
- Singapore Wet Setup
- Russia Wet Setup
- Japan Wet Setup
- USA Wet Setup
- Mexico Wet Setup
- Brazil Wet Setup
- Abu Dhabi Wet Setup
The new game mode is a massive hit.
READ MORE: F1 2020: Driver ratings
Players in My Team launch, control, and drive for a brand-new 11th F1 team. You have to build up your facilities and performance.
F1 2020 is not an easy game to get to grips with for new players.
The F1 2020 handling model has taken a leap forward, but it is still tricky to master.
ERS management has also been overhauled and requires a bit more tactical thinking in deployment.
The brakes have seen a big overhaul. Turning off the ABS assist is the first major assist that you should be taking off.
Want to dive into Formula 2? These cars are a handful but superb fun to drive. Check out our F2 guide so you know what’s what!
F1 2020 wheels
If you want to get a real feel for F1 2020 and take a step toward the simulation elements of the game you’ll need a wheel.
If that’s a little too much for you, Xbox gamers can get a taste for under £100 with the Thrustmaster Ferrari 458 wheel.
Of course, if you want to feel the real thing, the Fanatec CSL Elite F1 Set is an amazing option – if you have the money.