Codemasters has produced two additional content packs for F2 2013 which will be free to those who pick up the Classic edition.
The exact nature of the DLC packs has not been detailed, but according to a press release we can expect “content from the 1990s and additional circuits”.
We have no idea at all what’s in the second pack, but the 1990s one features cars of the era and drivers like David Coulthard, Jacques Villeneuve, Eddie Irvine and Alain Prost, among others.
These additions can be used in F2 2013’s F1 Classics mode, but not exclusively – you’ll also be able to load it up in other game modes.
Both packs will be available for purchase for the standard edition shortly after F1 2013 launches in northern autumn, on PC, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.
The Classic Edition of F1 2013 is available for pre-order at GAME for £49.99, while the standard edition is £39.99.
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