Posted July 19, 2019 by David Latham in Feature
 
 

F1 2019 Performance Update Fixes A Variety Of Issues


F1 2019 launched a little earlier this year, and so Codemasters has been busy working on patches to fix any launch issues and today we’re taking a look at the latest F1 2019 performance update which comes in the form of update 1.05.

The F1 2019 performance update brings notable changes to AI performance in wet weather for both F1 and F2 vehicles, improved AI blocking, graphical glitches, and hotfixes for Fanatec wheels and the PS4 Pro.

Rocket Chainsaw reviewed F1 2019 on the Xbox One X at launch, gving it 4 stars and saying, “as the years go on, the F1 games slowly blur more lines with real life, and soon we’ll be wondering whether the gameplay footage is actually from last weekend’s race.

F1 2019 Review

Codemasters has also briefly announced a roadmap for the months ahead, with a Paul Ricard Pit Lane update in July/August, visua car updates in August including the Ferrari 90 Anniversary logo on the engine cover, and the full F2 2019 season which will launch in September.

The full details up the F1 2019 performance update 1.05 can be found in the Codemasters blog, and you can check out the key patch notes below:

  • AI performance has been improved in wet weather for both F1 and F2 vehicle classes
  • Improvements to AI blocking behaviour
  • In photo mode changing shutter speed will no longer make the screen go black
  • Fanatec wheels will no longer send strong force feedback turning the wheel to the right on race starts
  • Rain / ERS charging lights now work on PS4 Pro
  • First Ten Down (Complete 10 races online) achievement will now unlock correctly
  • Stopped graphical glitches occurring and getting more frequent during long play sessions

F1 2019 launched on June 28th, 2019 on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Windows PC platforms.


David Latham

 
David has a Bachelor of Arts (Journalism) from a Group of Eight university, but only uses his very unique set of skills writing about video games. By day he's a stay-at-home dad, by night he's literally Batman. Where does he find the time?