EA Sports and Codemasters have released update 1.12 of F1 23, their officially licensed racing simulator for Formula 1. The update brings “several tweaks and improvements”, including a fix for locked objectives and wrong finish order in the F2 season. Let’s take a look at the most important changes in the update.
F1 23 Patch 1.12 —
The new patch 1.12 is available from today on Xbox, PlayStation and PC and introduces some fixes to issues that the F1 23 community has faced from launch to today. First of all, the original Ferrari livery has been restored. Following the Monza festivities, an issue with the transition from the Safety Car to the regular race was corrected and an issue with objectives not being able to be unlocked or locked after leaving midway was resolved. race in the F1 World Community Grand Prix. Also fixed is an issue with the F2 season finishing order, another issue that caused main sponsor Lugna to appear as a secondary sponsor, and another issue that prevented HDR10 from working on PC in windowed mode.
Poor De Vries —
Some corrections are more fun than others. An issue left poor Nyck De Vries invisible or without a helmet after switching teams in Career modes (replacing Ricciardo wasn’t enough…), while another glitch prevented clouds from appearing on PS5. The game also had a lot of fun changing the DRS detection points at Zandvoort, especially in Zone 2, without apparently needing FIA permission. That said, there’s good news for Codemasters fans: the new EA Sports WRC has just been announced and will be released in November. If you want to get an idea of what to expect, check out our review of F1 23.
Source: Gazzetta It
I have been working in eSports Chimp for almost 5 years now. I have written different types of articles but I mostly focus on gaming news. It has always been my dream to work in eSports Chimp and I am grateful that I am able to do so.
I grew up playing video games and it has always been one of my passions. When I was younger, I never thought that I would be able to make a career out of it. But now, I am able to write about games and share my passion with others through my work.
I believe that there is a lot of potential in the world of eSports and I am excited to see how it grows in the future.