Codemasters has announced that F1 2013 will be available on PC, PS3 and Xbox 360 on October 4 in Europe and October 8 in North America. It seems there are no plans for a next generation release.
One of the main selling points of this instalment in the series is the F1 Classics mode which will allow the nostalgically inclined to race on tracks from the 1980s, using drivers and cars from that time. A higher priced F1 2013: Classics Edition will also be available at all retail stores which will feature cars, drivers and tracks from the 1990s, too. The only snag is that this will cost you more than the standard edition – the extra content will be released as DLC, also.
Codemasters has released a hot lap video showing viewers what the Hungaoring circuit looks like in work-in-progress footage. You can check that out, below.