F1 Difficulty Calculator 22: How to use it

Looking to figure out the appropriate AI difficulty level for yourself in F1 2022? We have what you need.

Just like previous F1 games from EA Sports, F1 2022 gives players a comprehensive list of difficulty options for players to customize their experiences across the game’s 24 tracks. After all, in addition to the AI ​​that is simply faster than last year, all players will have their own ideal settings based on their skill levels.

Thankfully, dating back to F1 2020, a website by the name of F1Laps.com has its own data-driven AI difficulty calculator that players can use. Here’s a breakdown of how to find the best AI difficulty on F1 22.

First, players will want to head to the F1 2022 Difficulty Calculator page of the F1Laps website.

Here, players can choose one of the game’s 24 tracks that they want to adjust their AI difficulty settings for.

After selecting a track, players will then need to identify their AI difficulty level based on a lap time they set in Time Trial using Equal Performance mode. This way the lap times are comparable.

Finally, players will simply need to enter their 6-digit lap time in the input field and press the “Calculate Difficulty” button.

The difficulty calculator will then present a recommended difficulty for that specific track.

Of course, feel free to test it in-game afterwards and adjust the difficulty if necessary.

F1 22 was released worldwide for PlayStation 4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S and Windows PC on July 1, 2022. EA Play (via Early Access Trial) and EA Play Pro subscribers, as well as those who purchase the Champions Edition, have had early access to the game since June 28.

For more on F1 22, be sure to check out our guide on how to fix the audio dropping issue, as well as our breakdown on whether or not the game has crossplay.

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