F1 EXPLAINS: How F1 video games are so realistic – with EA Sports' F1 24

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EA SPORTS' F1 24, the latest official Formula 1 game, is out today and is more lifelike than ever. But how do game designers bring the world of F1 to life on your console?

From cars that feel F1-fast to racetracks that look real, on this episode of F1 Explains we hear from two of F1 24's creators to find out what it takes.

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Joining hosts Katie Osborne and Christian Hewgill are Lee Mather, Senior Creative Designer, and Casey Ringley, Senior Game Designer and Vehicle Handling Lead.

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In the episode Lee explains how photos and radar are used to make sure racetracks look like the real thing, while Casey reveals how the brand new Dynamic Handling on F1 24 and input from Max Verstappen makes the cars better than ever to drive. Plus, Christian tries to put himself in the game...

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