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In-game F1 2015 screenshots released and they look amazing

Codemasters has released the first in-game screenshots for F1 2015 ahead of its release next month.

Just in time for the Canadian Grand Prix at the weekend, Codemasters has treated us to a selection of in-game screenshots for F1 2015.

The screenshots were released as part of a larger patch showcasing the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve and reveal just what visuals you should expect to see in the game.

We particularly love the look of the rain splattered stills, which we can confirm does translate to the game as we saw during our F1 2015 preview.

Related: Best Games 2015

F1 2015 was announced back in March with a release date originally pegged for June for Xbox One, PS4 and PC.

Now the game is coming in July, but at least we have these screens to console ourselves with.

Codemasters has confirmed the PS4 version will run at full 1080p HD, while the Xbox One runs at the slightly lower 900p. However, both console editions should offer a framerate of 60fps.

The developer has said it runs on a brand new version of its EGO engine and aims to deliver the “ultimate Formula one video game experience.”
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