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27 November 2014

F1 Race Stars adds four new playable tracks

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F1 Race Stars expands speed head's horizons with some fresh, new downloadable tracks to add to an already impressive racing landscape. The downloadable content is available now for Xbox360, PlayStation 3 and Windows PC. F1 Race Stars is developed by Codemasters Racing Studios under an exclusive agreement with Formual One World Championships Limited.

 

Canada

Codemasters recently announced that F1 Race Stars, the over the top Formula One racing game, will make available four new, diverse race circuits expanding the game's solo and multiplayer modes. The new tracks are available to download from Xbox LIVE marketplace for the Xbox360, via Steam for Windows PC and the PlayStation network for the PlayStation 3 all priced at 400 Microsoft Points on Xbox LIVE and £3.59/ $4.99 on PlayStation Network and Steam.

The four tacks break down into Canada, China, Europe and India with each featuring exotic and well detailed track environments along with regional characteristics like snowmen, flying tomato's, under mountain passes and over train tracks. The four new additions join an already stacked track list with famous F1 destinations Monaco, Great Britain, Abu Dhabi and Brazil.

Canada

Users have the chance to drive through a racing winter wonderland complete with snowmen, groundhogs, frozen lakes and a whole lot of snow.

China

Racers get the chance to drive past ornamental water gardens, huge dragon statues - which may or may not feature a secret passageway - and through the busy streets of Shanghai.

 India

India

Players have the chance to move through the sleek, tight and treacherous mountain passes of rural India, over railway tracks riddled with passing trains and power past the ruins of an Indian palace. All of this while racing in some blisteringly hot conditions.

Europe

Users are transported to the Spanish city of Valencia where you will race through the beautiful marian, zig-zag over the docks and race past flying vegetables in a track which is sure to entertain all.

 China

Overall

The new additional tracks provide a better all-round gaming experience with users able to race through more of the F1 universe while driving 'Mario-Kart' style with boost-ups and a whole range of carnage-ensuring accessories. The game itself is not overly impressive but its fun flamboyant colours, action-packed race sequences and addictive personality all bring a new take to a sport which has widely been described as 'stuffy'.

To purchase online or for more information visit F1 Stars.

Last modified on Thursday, 10 January 2013 13:33

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