F1 2013 incredible wet weather effects video

Codemasters F1 2013 throws changeable weather at racers which simulates the real thing as tyre changes to suit the conditions are frequent in some regions especially Silverstone in the UK and parts of Europe. However, what is interesting is how the F1 2013 video game recreates the visibility issues racers have to contend with. The F1 race cars and helmet don’t offer much protection from the elements, and when cars in front are kicking up lots of spray, it’s very difficult to see, let alone tear around the race track at top speed. Take a look at thisĀ F1 2013 incredible wet weather effects video from the PC version using the in driving seat viewpoint which highlights how the rain impacts the racing. Codemasters have done a remarkable job at mimicking the wet weather conditions making the game even more challenging when using these parameters.



Written by: Rob Cram

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