The nagging has paid off as Codemasters have now issued a patch for F1 2010 addressing a few annoyances gamers have been complaining about since its launch late last month. The patch is now in the hands of Microsoft and Sony and will be available as soon as they clear it. Also, as community manager Ian Webster informed: “keep an eye out on the forums, facebook, and Twitter, as we’ll let you know as soon as it’s ready to download.”
Corrupt game saves, pit stop problems (including lock-ups and time spent being serviced), AI behavior and wet weather, improved damage modeling, puncture frequency reduced and added support for more wheel controllers are just the tip of the iceberg of what this patch will fix and enhance, which will be available for PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PC. In addition, the PC version of the patch will enable the game to run on DX11 and will add Eyefinity support which means you’ll be able to use three monitors should you have the cash, the knowledge and the will to do so.
The downside here is that even though the patch is facing its imminent release, there’s still not an exact date as to when this will happen. Just keep that eye out.