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Formula 1 2000

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Formula 1 2000
Basic Information
Type(s)
Video Game
Image Space Incorporate, Visual Science
EA Sports
Racing
CD-ROM
Keyboard, Mouse, Racing Wheel, DualShock Controller
PlayStation and Microsoft Windows
Retail Features
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Ratings
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European Union European Release Date(s)
Microsoft Windows
June 102000

Microsoft Windows
2000
CanadaUnited StatesMexico North American Release Date(s)
PlayStation
February 292000

Microsoft Windows
March 312000
Japan Japanese Release Date(s)
PlayStation
January 62000
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Reviews | Screenshots | Soundtrack
Videos | Walkthrough
Achievements
GOG | In-Game | Origin | PlayStation Trophies | Retro
Steam | Xbox Live

F1 2000 is a video game based on the 2000 Formula One season, developed by Electronic Arts and released for the PlayStation and Microsoft Windows. F1 2000 was the last Visual Sciences F1 racing game to appear on the PlayStation. With an official FIA Formula One license, it includes the full 2000 World Championship season, including the new US Indianapolis Grand Prix and the Jaguar Racing Team. A rival game F1 Championship Season 2000 was released in December 23, 2000 for PC, PlayStation, PlayStation 2, Macintosh and Game Boy Color.

Gameplay[edit | edit source]

The game modes features a full championship, quick races, racing weekends, custom grid and time trial modes. In the multiplayer section, you can either go head to head in 2-player split screen sessions, or play a hot-seat time trial mode for up to 22 players.

All cars can be fine-tuned in the pits, and there is clear pit-to-car radio commentary. Full telemetry data is shown for detailed set-up changes. Your best performances can be saved in the replay mode, including race highlights. In this version, the computer opponents now have more realistic racing behaviour, as they make mistakes and have car failures.

Soundtrack[edit | edit source]

The game featured the song "F1 Theme" by James Hannigan, "Every You Every Me" by Placebo and "Phat Planet" by Leftfield.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Whilst in development, the PlayStation project was known as Fulcrum.

See also[edit | edit source]