Codemasters recently announced its F1 2011 video game will be coming to the Nintendo 3DS in late November to accompany the Xbox, PS3 and PC versions already on sale.
European gamers will be playing it by 11/25, but the US release date hasn’t been confirmed yet.
To celebrate the arrival of F1 2011 on the 3DS, the publisher has released a gameplay video you can see at our website or YouTube channel.
Although the video footage is in 2D, this is the first time gamers will be able to experience any Formula 1 game in full 3D.
Developed by Sumo Digital under Codemasters’ exclusive agreement with Formula One World Championship Limited, the game features all the teams, drivers and circuits – including the new circuit in India, which was used for the first time just weeks ago.
Just like the console versions, 3DS players can compete for motorsport’s ultimate prize across a full season, enter an individual GP or jump into Time Trial mode. An additional and extensive Challenge mode is perfect for portable racing, with gamers taking on a wide range of objectives including checkpoint, gate and overtaking challenges.
Players can also compete on the go across a range of multiplayer modes. Up to four-players can race or go head-to-head in Time Trials. You can also team up with a friend in the two-on-two co-operative career mode. The race experience can be tailored across solo and multiplayer modes by adjusting race distance, tuning the car, choosing from a range of driving aids and selecting tire, fuel and weather options.