Today Feral Interactive releases F1 2017, on Linux and Ubuntu. Also, the official game of the current 2017 FIA FORMULA ONE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP™. The native launch does support the Vulkan API. Which is both developed and published by Codemasters for Windows and consoles. While F1 2017 itself is the most compelling F1 game yet. Which is also the latest release for Linux available on Feral Store and Steam.
F1 2017 grants players unprecedented access to not only the on-track excitement of F1. But also the off-track dealings and vehicle development that goes along with it. The games ten-year Career Mode includes practice programmes to help players hone their skills. Also the expansive Research and Development tree to provide greater control over the development of their car. And the ability to tune engines and gearboxes over the course of the season.
F1 2017 for Linux:
To play F1 2017, you will need a 3.3Ghz Intel Core i3-3225 processor running Ubuntu 17.04, 4GB RAM and a 2GB Nvidia 680 or 3rd Generation AMD Graphics Core Next (Volcanic Islands) graphics card or better*.
For best performance, we recommend a 3.5Ghz Intel Core i5-6600K, 8GB RAM and an 8GB Nvidia 1070 graphics card or better.
*Intel graphics cards do not have support. Nvidia graphics cards require drivers 384.90 or later. AMD graphics cards require Mesa drivers 17.2.2.
Along with the games stunning locations and vividly-realised team members. These features combine to provide the most complete F1 experience ever to come to Linux. With all the drivers, teams, circuits and cars from the real-world F1 2017 season.
“F1 2017 is an electrifying recreation of the current season, offering a deep, engaging and yet very accessible F1 experience,” said David Stephen, Managing Director of Feral Interactive “We are thrilled to be bringing it to Linux.”
F1 2017 for Linux and Ubuntu releases on both Feral Store and Steam for $59.99/£44.99/€54,99.