F1 22's biggest selling point is new cars, drivers and track layouts.
The new cars in F1 22 have redesigned car models, meaning they feel slightly heavier to drive than last season's version, which will take a bit of getting used to if you have played previous editions.
F1 Life is a new feature too, serving as a lifestyle simulator that lets you customise your off-track look, home and even a garage, including non-F1 supercars.
My Team mode is improved from previous editions with Icons introduced so you can add historic drivers to your roster.
You can also now choose what type of team to start with, so you're not stranded with one at the back of the grid when you begin your career.
Adaptive AI is another new addition which is great for newcomers to the game and younger gamers as it means that opposition cars will drive more slowly as you get to grips with the controls.
VR is also available on the PC version, supporting a variety of headsets including Oculus Rift and HTC Vive.
What trophies and achievements are in play?
There are two gold trophies to attain in F1 22 and they're probably the most obvious ones of all - 'Ultimate Prize' is awarded when you win the F1 drivers' championship and 'Makes the Dream Work' is for winning the F1 constructors' championship.
There are a variety of silver trophies, including 'Always Improving' for completing 250 successful overtakes, and 'All Around the World' for completing a clean lap at all tracks in Time Trial mode.
Some of the other trophies are much easier to achieve like 'Lookin Stylish' where you just need to change your livery paint, and 'Supercar Superstar', which is awarded when you unlock six supercars in F1 Life.
Best platforms to play
Only the PC version of F1 22 has VR, making this a more attractive proposition than the console versions of the game. However, the required specs for Microsoft Windows mean not all PCs will be able to play it.
Console versions on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S obviously have better graphics and perform better than the older generation of consoles, but all the game modes are the same on PS4 and Xbox One.
Game setups for 2022
As with previous versions of the game, you can adjust many different aspects of your car in F1 22, depending on which track you are attempting.
Everything from suspension geometry to aerodynamics to brakes and tyres can be adjusted.
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