F1 22 update fixes bugs, official cross-play release coming this week
Codemasters has released a new update for F1 22 and also confirmed that cross-platform play is officially launching this week.
According to the patch notes, issues with the automatic gearbox hitting the rev-limiter for too long, radio commands not working after using a Flashback, and tire temperatures being incorrect have all been fixed. In addition to these fixes, AI logic when leaving the pit lane at Paul Ricard has been improved. Read the full patch notes below:
- Fixed an issue where the automatic gearbox hits rev-limiter for too long before upshifting
- Fixed an issue that caused radio commands to be disabled after using Flashback in certain circumstances
- Tyre temperatures are now correct when starting a race with no formation lap in offline modes
- Fixed an issue where players can receive incorrect penalties at Turn 4 of Australia
- Improved logic on AI leaving pit lane at Paul Ricard
- Lowered the threshold for enabling/disabling DRS in changeable conditions
- Fixed an issue where races cannot start when host spectates formation lap in Multiplayer
- Fixed an issue where players were unable to see other drivers’ lap times in Race Director
- Fixed an issue where cars with maximum downforce upgrades may incorrectly experience high tyre temperatures
- Fixed an issue where changes to race style settings and AI difficulty in Career mode may reset on game launch
- Fixed a timing issue causing incorrect sector and lap times when using Broadcast formation lap
- Renewing sponsorship contract on the same day as a Department Event can no longer be exceptionally long
- Fixed an issue where, in specific graphic settings, transparent boxes were sometimes appearing in-game
- General stability improvements
- Various minor fixes
As mentioned above, Codemasters also confirmed that cross-platform play will officially launch for F1 22 later this week. After enabling cross-play in the options, PlayStation, Xbox, and PC players can all play together in Social Race.
F1 22 is available now on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.
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