Two months after launch, F1 Manager 2022 will no longer have updates

The studio says it will focus its efforts on the next game in the franchise

Frontier, the studio responsible for developing F1 Manager 2022, announced this week that it will end support for the game two months after launch.. The title was released on August 25 for PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series S and Xbox Series X, but will not receive any new updates.

The studio’s rationale for this is the need to focus on future projects in the franchise

The first of four games licensed for F1 by Frontier will receive a final update with news and fixes. However, he will no longer receive support from the studio. The studio’s justification for this is the need to focus on future projects in the franchise, which does not yet have a release date, but should arrive in the same period, only in 2023.

This is bad news for players who have reported issues with the game. With the lack of in-game support, it’s possible that many of these bugs will remain unaddressed. However, the studio responsible for the development and release of F1 Manager 2022 sees the tactics as valid.

In a post on Reddit, the developer said that it will fix the bugs in the future if needed. However, all of the studio’s efforts will be focused on the next game in the franchise. Thus, it is unknown how often the title will receive updates. Also, it pretty much eliminated any chance of additional content for players.

The game will continue to be available for purchase across platforms

For those who still want to know a little more about F1 Manager 2022, your mission in the game is to be the manager of one of the teams on the Formula 1 grid. It is the responsibility of the players to work with the drivers and teams. The team that the cars are ready to go on the track in search of key positions.

Following in the line of simulators, the Frontier title tries to be as close as possible to the real grids that can be seen. In this way, it is necessary to draw up a strategy with each race that passes, taking into account several factors. This is because the route, weather and opponents can directly interfere with the result.

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