Crofty is back on pre and post-race commentary duties once more, and all of the sound effects and team radio talk make for an authentic race day soundscape. The licensed soundtrack isn't really my cup of tea, but it's fine.
Stunning and detailed as always, F1 22 looks particularly impressive on PlayStation 5 or Xbox Series X, running as smooth as butter at 60fps.
Tight, responsive handling, and speed that will keep you at the edge of your seat, F1 22 plays like an absolute dream. There's not really much, if anything, to fault here. Nice DualSense features on PS5, too.
As ever, there's no shortage of modes and settings to fiddle with in F1 22, including the F1 Life hub and new supercars. The lack of story mode and classic cars is a blow, though.
A fairly rudimentary list of objectives, many of which you'll have seen before. Still, there's a handful of decent trophies here, although some are rather heavy on grind.