F1 22 update eliminates a bunch of bugs

F1 22 came into our lives earlier this month and Codemasters once again delivered a great racing game. However, the game is not free from bugs and bugs, so a new update – patch 1.05 – has been released to address these flaws.

So the update does not add any new content, but rather focuses specifically on improving your gaming experience. The full list You can read about all the changes below. Do you want to know more about the game itself? Then you can go to Our review


  • The ICE wear rate has been reduced to be less punishing when shifting aggressively to a lower gear or increasing the rev.
  • Jeddah Incorrect collision resolved turn 1.
  • The default rearview mirror view setting will now be applied correctly.
  • The characters will now appear on the platform correctly.
  • HUD items will now appear correctly in split screen races.
  • Fixed an issue where a damaged team badge could appear after a race weekend in MyTeam.
  • Loyalty pack items will now appear correctly in users’ inventory.
  • Fixed an issue where using the Fanatec Load Cell pedals would reduce frame rate.
  • Updated durability ratings of MyTeam engine suppliers (will not affect existing functionality).
  • Updated fuel quantity for Bahrain F1 enemy events.
  • Rain no longer appears inside the car in this supercar remake.
  • Resolved issue where a race engineer would have noticed a problem with a component and then immediately stated that it had been resolved.
  • Adaptive triggers now have the correct impedance on a PC.
  • Fixed an issue where AI drivers on flying laps could apply the brakes to not overtake losing vehicles.
  • Fixed issue when retiring from qualifiers 1 or 2 although there was time to move to the next session, go to the race.
  • Fixed an issue that could occur when joining the Social Play Lobby in progress.
  • Sponsors can now be properly applied to Player Car.
  • General stability improvements.
  • Various minor fixes.


  • A crash when entering a multiplayer lobby in progress has been addressed.
  • Fixed an issue where the starting grid option could not be modified in multiplayer lobbies.


  • Performance is improved when the companion screen is set to full screen.
  • Addressing involuntary head movement when braking or accelerating.


A firmware update was recently released by Thrustmaster which we believe will resolve a number of issues with those F1 peripherals. 22. We recommend that you install this update if you are currently experiencing problems.

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