EA announces F1 24: Release date, platforms, and driver lineup revealed

F1 24, releasing May 31st, 2024, offers new features, official drivers and circuits on various platforms, with Standard and Champions Editions.

Electronic Arts has officially announced the release date and details for their upcoming racing simulation game, F1 24. This highly anticipated title promises to build upon the success of its predecessor, F1 23, by introducing a host of new features and improvements designed to further immerse players in the thrilling world of Formula One racing.

Scheduled for release on May 31, 2024, F1 24 boasts a comprehensive offering, catering to players across various platforms. The game will be available on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, and PC through the Epic Games Store, EA App, and Steam. To cater to a wider audience, particularly those still utilizing previous generation consoles, EA has ensured F1 24’s accessibility on both current and last-gen platforms.


F1 24 comes in two distinct editions: the Standard Edition and the Champions Edition. The Standard Edition retails for $69.99 on consoles and $69.99 on PC (with a slight regional price difference in the UK). The Champions Edition comes at a premium of $89.99 on consoles and $89.99 on PC (again, with a slight regional price difference in the UK). The Champions Edition offers additional in-game benefits, including early access to Time Trial challenges featuring new 2024 cars, providing players with a chance to test their skills against the clock before the official release date.

One of the most anticipated aspects of any F1 game is the inclusion of the latest drivers and circuits. F1 24 delivers in this regard, featuring all the official drivers from the 2024 season, including those from the newly christened “Kick Sauber” team, which replaces the previous Alpha Romeo team. Additionally, the game boasts all 24 official circuits of the 2024 F1 season, including the highly anticipated Las Vegas Grand Prix and the returning Chinese Grand Prix. This comprehensive roster of drivers and tracks promises to offer players an authentic and immersive F1 racing experience.

While details regarding the specific in-game improvements and “more realism” promised by EA are yet to be revealed, the upcoming full reveal of the game in April is sure to generate excitement among fans.