F1 2021 patch 1.08 has all the Formula 1 fan speeding up their downloads. The latest update in the official Formula 1-speed racing car title by EA Sports is live. We will cover everything you need to know regarding this patch and present the title to those who are interested. Firstly the patch number is 1.08. That means that if you play this title on your PlayStation 4 console, the update number should read version 1.08, and it weighs around 232.2 megabytes.
Now, if you are playing this title in the PlayStation 5 Console, its update 01.008.000 weighs around 118MB. Additionally, if you own an Xbox console, you’ll have to wait a little bit longer as the patch isn’t available for that platform for the moment. If you’re a PC user, the patch seems available, so you’re just going to have to check it out by yourself. Now, as for the contents of this patch for this phenomenal racing game, we will guide you through them in the following section.
F1 2021 Patch 1.08 Status
The F1 2021 patch 1.08 notes are not public —yet. You see, Codemasters, the developing team behind this fan-favorite title, didn’t make any announcements except for mentioning that Playstation users will have an available patch for August 31, 2021. The update aims to provide backend developments and improvements. But there are no notes as to which particular bugs the guys at the helm fixed, which made several users in the forum where the announcement took place quite angry.
What’s more, interpreting the forum post, it appears that Codemasters will take the same approach with patch 1.09 for the Xbox consoles. As for the PC, you’re just going to have to look for yourself. Why? Because Codemasters doesn’t give any more intel. Imagine the frustration of hardcore e-gamers as they stream on Twitch, and the game suddenly crashes when setting up wheels or doing a race. As soon as the Codemasters team posts the patch notes, we at Otakukart will post an update for you. Meanwhile, we will share the notes from the previous patch 1.08 in the following section with you.
F1 2021 Game Modes: Breaking Point
This entertaining racing game introduces a story mode called “Braking Point”. Firstly, This story begins at the conclusion of the 2019 F2 season, picks it up at the 2020 and 2021 Formula 1 season. Secondly, Braking Point gives the players an immersive experience into the looks and feels of the F1 tour, rivalries, and commitments. Moreover, this game mode drives inspiration from the popular Netflix docuseries Formula 1: Drive to Survive.
The five teams available in the mode are Racing Point (later Aston Martin), Scuderia AlphaTauri, Alfa Romeo Racing, Haas, and Williams. You will play as Aiden Jackson, an aspiring F2 pilot, as he rises to the top in Formula One world championships. While he puts up a friendly show for the cameras, he is trying to make the transition to Formula One, where he will be racing against the most significant drivers in the world. The player takes on the role of Jackson in the story’s introduction and during the 2020 season.
Casper Akkerman: Your Racing Partner
Casper Akkerman, an experienced Dutch driver, also appears in the narrative mode as Jackson’s partner. As a seasoned Formula One driver (with some similarities to Kimi Räikkönen), he is more mature and experienced than Jackson. With a new generation of drivers emerging onto the Formula One scene, Akkerman is fighting to remain competitive in his last season. He is married to Zoe, and they have a kid called Lily. Zoe is aware of her husband’s sacrifices to remain competitive in Formula One. The emphasis of the narrative shifts to Akkerman for the 2021 season.
Devon Butler, a character from F1 2019’s three-race scenario known as the Formula 2 Feeder Series, returns as Jackson’s opponent. In addition, Lukas Weber, another F1 2019 driver, makes an off-screen cameo through email, revealing that his favorite film in the Cars series is the much-maligned second installment. Regardless of whatever squad the player selects, Brian Doyle’s character serves as a direct connection to the team’s principal. And that’s a wrap on our scoop of the F1 2021 patch 1.08. As soon as there’s more intel available, we will post an update for you here at Otakukart. Thanks for reading!