The low growl of this year's cars has been accurately replicated once again, although the chatter from your pit engineers and the music is a bit bland.
Slick broadcast presentation, slightly weird driver likenesses, authentic cars and circuits; F1 2015 looks excellent. There's still room for improvement, but this is a good start.
One of the best F1 games to date in the handling department, F1 2015 can be as accessible as you like for newcomers or as hard as you like for veterans and those craving an unadulterated, realistic sim experience. Incredibly solid stuff.
This is where F1 2015 falls down. Season modes offer the most longevity, but the absence of a proper career mode is a glaring omission, and the rest of the modes fail to make up for it. Multiplayer is fine, if unremarkable, while Time Trial and Quick Race do what they say on the tin. And that's it.
A hideous little achievement list that consists of grinding out hundreds of laps across its modes, including the hard-as-nails Pro Season. Hardly ideal.