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Codemasters temporarily removes 3D Audio for headphones from PS5 F1 2021 release – Games – News

Developer Codemasters has temporarily removed the 3D Audio feature for headphones from the PS5 version of F1 2021. The studio states that this is caused by audio issues, but does not provide details. It is not known when the feature will return.

Studio writes that “3D audio for headphones is temporarily disabled on PS5” Patch notes for update 1.06 On the website of the publisher and parent company EA. “This feature will be re-enabled once related audio issues are resolved.” It is not known what kind of problems the job will have to deal with. Update 1.06 also fixes several bugs, among other fixes and tweaks.

This is the second time Codemasters have had to disable a feature from F1 2021 in the PS5 version. Last month The studio has temporarily disabled ray tracing for this version of the game, stating that it was necessary due to performance issues. feature has become after a week Reintroduced, in update 1.05.

F1 2021 will be released on July 16 for PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X | S. In addition to annual updates to cars and drivers, the game includes a new Braking Point story mode and a career mode with a co-op mode. Players can also start a career at any time based on their current standings in the real F1 Championship.

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