The long-awaited patch for F1 2010 is in submission with Microsoft and Sony, Codemasters has revealed.
Once the approval process is completed it'll be released into the wild for gamers to download, community manager Ian 'Helios' Webster said on the official forum.
"Keep an eye out on the forums, facebook, and Twitter, as we'll let you know as soon as it's ready to download," he said.
The patch will be for all three versions of the game: PC, PS3 and Xbox 360, and address some of the key issues gamers have complained about since launch.
Those include corrupt game saves and pit-stop problems. The patch will also improve damage modelling, AI driver behaviour and wet weather, and support more wheel controllers.
The PC patch will enable the game to run on DX11 and adds Eyefinity support, so that three monitors can be used.
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