F1 2010 gets concept art

By Mike, Monday, 22 June 2009 10:32 GMT

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A couple of pieces of what looks to be concept are for Codemaster’s F1 series have eeked out courtesy of Famistu, reports CVG.

This is the first piece of media released since exec producer Gavin Raeburn said that F1 2010 “the best F1 game ever” and “literally nothing less will do.

“F1 games haven’t set the world alight over the last decade and we think that the sport deserves a game which really captures its excitement and glamour.”

F1 2010 will be out of PS3 and Xbox 360 next year with F1 2009 ready to hit Wii and PSP in autumn.

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