Codemasters Working On Free To Play Racing Game

on August 12, 2011 6:00 PM

Codemasters, the developer who gained fame for working on F1 2010 have recently announced plans to develop a free-to-play browser based racing game called F1 Online: The Game. This title is set to release Q1 of 2012 and will allow players to customize their own Formula 1 racing team and race them in a top-down style. In addition , the player will also take on the role of team manager, and wwill allow the player to manage the commercial, research, production and race crew functions required for Formula 1 success. For more information, you can visit the official website for F1 Online: The Game.

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