Codemasters announced that they’re moving the F1 series over to the Xbox 360 and PS3 and that it’s scheduled for release this September. They were even kind enough to include a few work-in-progress screenshots to go along with the announcement.

The game is running on the proprietary tech that powered DiRT 2 and GRID and will feature real-time weather and track effects, along with dynamic physics and handling for Formula One racers that exceed speeds of 200 miles per hour.

According to the press release…
F1 2010 will include all of the official teams, drivers and circuits from the coming season. F1 2010 will feature the return of seven-time FORMULA 1 Drivers’ World Champion Michael Schumacher, the introduction of several new teams and the brand new Korean International Circuit that will host the 2010 FORMULA 1 KOREAN GRAND PRIX.

This marks the first ever F1 game to land on the PS3 and Xbox 360 in HD and it’s finally returning to PC after an eight year hiatus. Codemasters was prompted to bridge the gap between the F1 series and the new-gen consoles when it sold quite well for the aging PS2 and the casual-crusader known as the Nintendo Wii.

You can check out the two new screenshots below or visit the Official Codemasters Website for more info.

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