GamerZines writes: Those awaiting the F1 2010 patch to rid them of their racing woes will be pleased to know that the developer, Codemasters, has now finalised their progress with fixing the number of issues that have marred the title.
The game was clearly rushed out. My guess is the big wigs at F1 were placing on the presure to get it out before the end of the season. As a result, Codemasters glittering reputation was spoilt somewhat by a buggy experience. I'll forgive, Dirt 3 is on its way after all :)
I guess they wanted to get it out ahead of Gran Turismo 5, can't blame them really :) Still seems to be a very popular game, nice to see the bugs being addressed for fans.
Hehe ,oh yeah thats real hard to get a game out before GT5. That game is vaporware and wont even come out this year, so they really didnt need to rush F1 like they did and put it out with such critical bugs.
I'm hoping that Steam will put F1 2010 up for a deep discount soon. It's not that I think the game isn't worth the current asking price, I'm just cheap. :D Can't wait to see it with all settings maxed @ 1920x1080.
Its still a good game and the amount of glitches are small compared to New Vegas which sets new heights lol. Personally i really enjoyed my time with this and theres a burgeoning modding scene as well, i already have all the cars retextured and updated, tyre mods, helmets etc. I can only hope in time tracks and models will be within the modder's grasp
@JakeyBaby What do you mean, Dirt 2 was buggy too. @seedhouse dude, you'll be lucky if GT5 makes it out this year, I doubt they were rushing because of that.
It'll be out this year, early December is my guess.
good, now i'll finally pick F1 2010 up
Just know that they can't do anything about the pre-defined lap-times as that's a part of the mechanism and not a bug. It's mainly the pit-stop bugs that they'll fix.
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