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7/10/2015
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Honda returns and once more forges an alliance with McLaren, which also welcomes back Fernando Alonso. Sebastien Vettel moves to Ferrari and, alongside a new generation of exciting young drivers on the grid, will attempt to halt the winning start Mercedes have made in the new era of FORMULA 1. The race calendar for 2015 also features a new circuit, with a return to Mexico for the first time in over 20 years.

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F1 2015 offers the best driveability in the series yet, but really falls short with all the content missing from previous years. No career mode, come on? No safety car? [Aug 2015]
60

If only the racing in F1 2015 was free of technical issues, had slightly better graphics and a better damage system, the game would stand on its own and wouldn't need additional gameplay modes (which aren't there). Right now F1 2015 looks more like an early access game that someday will become great. The biggest asset is having the current season in the summer and not later during the year.
60

F1 2015 feels like a step backwards for the series, which is disappointing given the new EGO engine, and the current generation of hardware. The core experience, however, remains one of the most realistic racing simulators available.
70

F1 2015 absolutely nails the driving experience, with perfect controls and incredible physics. But the options are so limited, you're likely to get bored fast. Roll on 2016. [Issue#127, p.81]
73

Engine upgrade gave F1 two things to brag about: prettier visuals and new physics that make driving more challenging and fun. But game pays for that upgrade with poor optimization and all too straightforward AI. [Sept 2015, p.75]
70

A solid first effort at Formula One on current consoles, F1 2015 is nevertheless hamstrung by a dearth of modes. The strength of the on-track action does bode well for subsequent F1 games, however, although F1 2015 feels like something of a stop-gap. That said, die-hard F1 fans will still love F1 2015 regardless.
60

If you just want to speed around tracks for a season, then fans will find entertainment here, but really, when it comes down to it, it’s probably best to wait for next year’s release where, hopefully, missing content is back to bring this great racing engine up to par with the quality of game modes that were once a feature of this franchise.
70

Either you really love Formula 1 or you like the fastest type of racing on our planet to love this new official game from Codemasters. F1 2015 is a nice drive and it has a good atmosphere, but it misses depth and a good finish to really impress.
60

With its lack of a career mode and the problems of the online races, this long awaited next-gen installment of the F1 franchise is disappointing.
60

No matter how fun a game is, or how hard the developers worked on it, I can’t recommend someone buy a title that doesn’t work.