When F1 2010 was released a month ago, petrol-heads around the world were filled with excitement as they rushed out to get their hands on Codemasters’ first go at the fast-paced, technology driven series.
A lot of the excitement was short lived though, as it soon became apparent that the game had some major issues, with many gamers (including us) wondering if the game was released too early to begin with.
It was clear that a patch was needed and fast and we recently posted an update on the patch’s progress and what would be fixed.
Codemasters have now given yet another update, stating that internal testing is complete. So when will we actually be getting it?
As far as an actual patch date is concerned, we don’t have any solid details yet. However, Codemasters have said the following on their official blog:
Update: The team have been hard at work and as a result we have now completed all internal testing on the patch.
The patch is now in submission with Microsoft and Sony for all 3 platforms, and once this process has been successfully completed the patch will be released, ready for you to download. Keep an eye out on the forums, facebook, and twitter, as we’ll let you know as soon as it’s ready to download.
The certification process times vary from system to system but we usually know that when it comes to Microsoft, it can take anywhere up to two weeks. At the same time, I don’t see any reason for the PC patch to not be released right away but it is possible that they are looking to release all three simultaneously.
We will keep an eye out on its progress and will let you all know as soon as it’s ready for download.
Last Updated: October 27, 2010