F1 2021 Review

F1 2021 Is the Seventh Entry into the hugely successful Formula One racing series. The latest entry into the series brings a Huge Fully Fledged Story Mode into the game for the first time, and it was very well welcomed!

The Story Mode Titled Braking Point is a huge step forward for the series with many saying that its all the game was lacking. The Story itself has as much drama as the real racing scene and serves as a great introduction to new comers of the game. Braking points story focuses on a Rookie Driver to the F1 called Aidan Jackson and a veteran of the F1 called Casper Akkerman who had an amazing career thats well in the past now. Braking Point starts in the final round of the 2019 Formula 2 season and then you join a Formula 1 team to race for in both 2020 and 2021. Depending on your choice, Jackson and Akkerman will race for one of five teams – Williams, Haas, Alfa Romeo, Alpha Tauri, and Racing Point (which becomes Aston Martin during the story) The Characters will replace the real life drivers on whichever team you pick, however the rest of the grid are all actual F1 Stars. For those who aren’t interested in Braking Point or want something to do after they’ve completed it, two-player career is the other new game mode. It allows you to play through career mode with a friend online and it has all the complexities of a single-player career.

If you’re really keen to experience a Netflix Style – Drive to Survive inspired story mode in an F1 game or if you want to play through career mode online with a friend then F1 2021 is certainly worth buying.


  • Braking Point is an amazing addition to the story
  • RTX ON.


  • Game could feel too easy for Veterans of the Genre
  • Braking point is a little short at 8 hours.


Story - 9.8
Graphics - 9
Audio - 10
Gameplay - 9
Replayability - 9.8

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