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The Portimão circuit is now available for F1 2021 players (video)

After two years in which the Formula 1 world championship passed through the Autódromo Internacional do Algarve, in Portimão, it seems that the circuit is finally receiving the desired attention in the official video game.

In their most recent communication, Codemasters and Electronic Arts announce this Monday the new trailer for F1 2021. It brings “information on all the content and free updates to come”, but the highlight is the addition of Portimão to the available tracks. .

The track described by many cyclists as a “roller coaster” is available for free to anyone who has already acquired the title. But this is not the only news that arrives this September 13.

What’s new in F1 2021 in the September 13 update

Imola and Jeddah will be the next clues to reach the video game

This free update allows players to rewrite history after Lewis Hamilton’s victory in May of this year. But it will only be the first of three circuits to reach the title soon.

In October, the Imola circuit will be at the disposal of the players, where Max Verstappen achieved his first victory this season. In November, the highlight was the introduction of the Jeddah Circuit into the game, a street track that debuts on the official calendar in December this year.

“We are excited to finally launch our first free track and update our players on what’s to come in the coming months,” says Paul Jeal, Director of F1® Franchises at Codemasters.

He adds: “Our players let us know their excitement about testing the new circuits for the 2021 season, and Jeddah will be a highlight at the launch a few weeks before their F1 debut in December.”

It is important to note that “Xbox and PlayStation players can also try F1® 2021 for free with a trial version now available for download through their respective digital stores.”

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