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While Codemasters has added VR support to Dirt Rally, they seem to be hesitant about adding VR to their recent F1 2017. F1 2017 launched three days back on Xbox One, PS4 and PC but the company seems to be reticent about bringing the game to VR, largely due to the huge amount of extra development F1 2017 would require to get Virtual Reality to work with it.
Vrrrrrrrooooooooooom. F1 is back. Codemasters have been beavering away on the latest iteration of its racing series, F1 2017, and its August 25th launch is imminent. It’s got fast cars and lots of them, and they’re the subject of the brand spanking new gameplay trailer, accompanied by the full feature for this year’s event.
Another year, another opportunity to race multi-million dollar cars around race tracks at death-defying speeds. Only you need not defy death at all, you can do it all from the comfort of your chair in F1 2017. Sporting the upgraded graphics engine which made its debut in F1 2016, F1 2017 packs the latest Formula 1 World Champions and includes some of the most iconic cars from the last 30 years. It's out on August 25th, Codemasters has confirmed, and here are the official F1 2017 PC system requirements.