F1 2012 to release on Mac “later this year”

By Stephany Nunneley, Thursday, 25 October 2012 14:34 GMT

F1 2012 will release on Mac later this year, courtesy of Feral Interactive.

Developed by Codemasters Birmingham on PC and consoles, F1 2012 is the first new Formula One game to appear on Mac in over ten years.

F1 2012 will contain the same modes and gameplay elements as its PC and console counterparts, along with split-screen support, LAN multiplayer, and online multiplayer.

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