F1 24: Official Release Date, Pre-Order Bonuses, How to Get Early Access & More

Buckle up as we dive into everything you need to know about the upcoming F1 24, including the release date, pre-order options, early access, and more!

F1 24 Release Date and Early Access

F1 24 launches globally on May 31, 2024 across PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, and PC (via EA App, Epic Games Store, and Steam).

But wait, there’s more! Impatient racers can get behind the wheel early with two options:

  • Pre-order the Champions Edition: This special edition grants you three days of early access, letting you experience the new game before anyone else.
  • EA Play Membership: If you’re an EA Play member, you can enjoy a five-hour trial of F1 24 starting on May 28th.

Loyalty Perks for Returning Players

If you already own F1 21, 22, or 23, you’re in luck! You qualify for a 15% discount on the Champions Edition. Additionally, you’ll receive F1 23 esports team liveries for McLaren and Alpine to use immediately, plus access to the new 2024 team designs when the game launches.

Game Editions and Platforms

F1 24 comes in two flavors: Standard and Champions.

  • Standard Edition: Includes the base game and 5,000 Pitcoin (in-game currency) along with an F1 World Starter Pack.
    • PlayStation 5 & Xbox Series X/S: $69.99 / £69.99
    • PC: $69.99 / £59.99
  • Champions Edition: Grants you the full game, three days of early access, two new F1 Icons, 18,000 Pitcoin, an F1 World Bumper Pack, and a VIP Podium Pass.
    • PlayStation 5 & Xbox Series X/S: $89.99 / £89.99
    • PC: $89.99 / £79.99

Confirmed Tracks

F1 24 Release Date
Image via Electronic Arts

All 24 official Formula 1 circuits will be included, featuring the Las Vegas GP, along with classics like Silverstone, Monaco, and Monza. The Chinese GP also returns.

  • Bahrein International Circuit – Bahrein GP
  • Jeddah Corniche Circuit – Saudi Arabia GP
  • Melbourne Grand Prix Circuit – Australia GP
  • Suzuka International Racing Course – Japan GP
  • Shanghai International Circuit – China GP
  • Miami International Autodrome – Miami GP (USA)
  • Autodromo Enzo e Dino Ferrari – Emilia-Romagna GP (Italy)
  • Circuit de Monaco – Monaco GP
  • Circuit Gilles-Villenueve – Canada GP
  • Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya – Spain GP
  • Red Bull Ring – Austria GP
  • Silverstone Circuit – Great Britain GP
  • Hungaroring – Hungary GP
  • Spa-Francochamps – Belgium GP
  • Zandvoort – Netherlands GP
  • Monza – Italy GP
  • Baku City Circuit – Azerbaijan GP
  • Marina Bay Street Circuit – Singapore GP
  • Circuit of The Americas – USA GP
  • Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez – Mexico GP
  • Autodromo Jose Carlos Pace – Brazil GP
  • Las Vegas Strip Circuit – Las Vegas GP (USA)
  • Losail International Circuit – Qatar GP
  • Yas Marina Circuit – Abu Dhabi GP

Confirmed Drivers

EA Sports has reportedly secured the rights for all drivers across the 10 teams, including the newly established Kick Sauber, taking over the space previously occupied by Alpha Romeo. Here’s a glimpse at the driver line-up:

  • Red Bull Racing: Max Verstappen, Sergio Perez
  • Mercedes: Lewis Hamilton, George Russell
  • Ferrari: Charles Leclerc, Carlos Sainz
  • McLaren: Lando Norris, Oscar Piastri
  • Aston Martin: Fernando Alonso, Lance Stroll
  • Alpine: Pierre Gasly, Esteban Ocon
  • Williams: Alex Albon, Logan Sargeant
  • Visa Cash App RB F1 Team: Yuki Tsunoda, Daniel Ricciardo
  • Kick Sauber: Valtteri Bottas, Zhou Guanyu
  • Haas F1 Team: Kevin Magnussen, Nico Hulkenberg

This information paints a promising picture for F1 24, but it’s important to wait for official confirmation from EA Sports to avoid any potential inaccuracies. We’ll continue to monitor the situation and update this article as more details become available.