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- All the cars, all the stars. Fully licensed, F1 2011 includes all the cars, stars and circuits from the 2011 FIA FORMULA ONE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP. Compete against Sebastian Vettel, Lewis Hamilton and Fernando Alonso on iconic circuits including Monaco, Spa and the new Buddh International Circuit, the home of the 2011 FORMULA 1 AIRTEL GRAND PRIX OF INDIA. Each 2011 team is represented including Ferrari, Red Bull Racing and Vodafone McLaren Mercedes.
- Compete on the Go! F1 2011 features a range of quick-fire challenge modes perfect for portable play and an extensive range of multiplayer modes. Co-op challenge mode invites players to team up to compete in a two vs. two race series. Players can also compete in four-player GRAND PRIX and sprint for the line in Time Trials.
- Deploy KERS and DRS! F1 2011 includes all the new rule changes from the 2011 FIA FORMULA ONE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP. Players can deploy DRS, the new systems which enables drivers to adjust the rear wing on the car to gain a speed boost whilst KERS enables drivers to blast past rivals with an extra speed injection. Combined, these systems open up new attack and defence options, encouraging close wheel-to-wheel racing.
- Accessible racing for every fan. Players of all skill levels will be able to enjoy the unique thrill of racing sport’s fastest racing cars thanks to approachable handling with a wide range of driving aids and difficulty settings. The casual gamer, experienced racing fan and those in between will all be able to adjust the game to find a fun and competitive race that matches their ability.
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