Codemasters has announced today that they will be releasing F1 2013 in two edition. First off, the game will be making classic cars available and it will be available in both a “Classic” (premium) and a standard edition.
According to creative director Steve Hood, the game “It’s current-gen – 360, PS3 and PC,” and it will be skipping out on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Wii U.
Included in the standard edition is content inspired by 1980s Grang Prix racing, alongside five classic cars from Williams, Lotus and Ferrari.
The Classic Edition of the game is $10 more than the standard edition.