F1 2011 Nintendo 3DS release date announced

First gameplay footage inside.

F1 2011 launches on Nintendo 3DS on 25th November, Codemasters has announced.

Its debut trailer, which showcases gameplay footage, is below.

Codemasters said this morning the 3DS version marks the first time gamers will be able to experience any Formula One game in full 3D.

F1 2011 on 3DS is created by UK independent developer Sumo Digital, the studio responsible for OutRun Online Arcade and Sonic & Sega All Stars Racing.

It features all the official teams, drivers and circuits, including the new 2011 Formula One Airtel Grand Prix of India at Delhi's Buddh International Circuit.

You can compete in a full season, enter an individual Grand Prix or play Time Trial Mode. The Challenge Mode sees gamers take on a range of objectives, including checkpoint, gate and overtaking challenges.

The multiplayer caters for up to four-players in a Grand Prix or head-to-head in Time Trials. You can also team up in the two-on-two co-op career mode.

A PlayStation Vita version is also in production.

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