Official F1 2016 game coming to Mac this Thursday


According to Feral Interactive developers, the Codemasters' official 2016 FIFA Formula One World Championship game for Mac will be available on Thursday, April 6. The F1 2016 is built on Metal, which is Apple's new graphics API, so it should squeeze every bit of power from your Mac’s GPU. You can join the game in different online to compete against up to 21 players on any of the 21 Grand Prix circuits.

According to David Stephen - Managing Director of Feral Interactive, the new F1 game graced the Mac took three years to finish. The F1 2016’s release is considered a big step forward for the brand, significantly improving the racing experience, horror in the game of Codemasters.
The F1 2016 attracts players by many brilliant features such as paddock, licensed F1 drivers, teams and circuits, the iconic Safety Car and Virtual Safety Car, manual start. In addition, Formation Lap lets you experience the height of the stress before starting the race and you will feel the pressure of the important start. In addition to the extensive multiplayer mode, the F1 2016 consists of 10 seasons with tracks spanning the full 21 F1 circuits.
To play the game smoothly, it requires a Mac at minimum with a 2.8GHz Intel Core i5 processor, 8GB of RAM, at least NVIDIA GTX 680 graphics card, or AMD R9 280M, or Intel Iris 540 graphics or higher with two gigabytes of video RAM. For Recommended specifications, you will need a 3.3 Ghz Intel Core i7 processor with 16GB RAM and a 4GB AMD R9 395X graphics card.
The F1 2016 will land on the Feral Store and Steam for $ 59.99 and on the Mac App Store for $ 49.99. Now, you can pre-order F1 2016 on the Feral Store.