Looking for the best and most realistic AI and difficulty settings to race on Formula 1?
As you can imagine, having proper F1 difficulty settings is vital for getting the best driving experience out of the game.
In fact you’ll be able to match your current racing and driving skills to the AI opponents, making the entire game much more fun and less frustrating.
You’ll also want to make sure that all of the driving assists are set according to your skills level, so that you won’t struggle to keep your car on the track or that it feels too easy to drive.
Those assists include ABS, traction control, driving line, automatic gear shifting and so on.
Having said that, even though we realize that everyone’s skill level and preferences are a bit different, we still believe that there’s a pretty nice sweet spot where everyone could benefit from very similar settings.
That’s why we’ve put together a list of the best F1 2021 difficulty settings for you to try out.
To change the difficulty settings from yur F1 2021 game you’ll have to head over to the “Grand Prix settings” then open “Assists“, change the assists accordingly and then move on to the “Simulation settings” to change the AI difficulty.
How do I turn up AI difficulty in F1 2020?
To adjust and turn up the F1 2020 AI difficulty settings, you’ll have to go to the “weekend structure” settings and scroll all the way down to “AI Driver Level“.
At this point if you’re willing to turn up the AI then you’ll have to increase the number, say from 40 to 75.
What difficulty should I play F1 2020 on?
The F1 2020 AI difficulty can be basically set to any numeric value between 0 and 110 and it will highly depend based on your current driving skills level.
However, most new F1 2020 drivers start out with an AI difficulty of between 20 to 60. Intermediate players instead set F1 2020 difficulties between 60 to 85.
Anything higher than 85, especially higher than 100, is an extremely skilled level.
Here’s a breakdown of the F1 2020 AI difficulty settings:
- Very Easy (0-19)
- Easy (20-39)
- Medium (40-59)
- Hard (60-79)
- Expert (80-89)
- Master (90-94)
- Legend (95-100)
- Ultimate (101-110)
What are the best F1 2020 difficulty settings?
The best AI difficulty settings for F1 2020 are usually between 65 and 80.
This means that the AI is quite challenging but not too difficult to the point where it becomes frustrating.
Of course, these settings are just a starting point and you can always make adjustments based on how you feel during the race.
Additionally, we definitely recommend turning up the AI difficulty as you become more comfortable with the game and your driving skills improve.
Best F1 2020 Driving assists
Here’s a full list of some of the best driving assists to use in F1 2020:
- Steering assist = Off
- Braking assist = Off
- Auto reset to track = On
- Dynamic racing line = Off
- DRS assist = On
As you can see, there are quite a lot of different settings that you can change.
We recommend that you start with the above settings and then make small adjustments as you see fit.
For example, if you’re struggling to keep your car on the track then you can turn on the dynamic racing line assist.
On the other hand, if you’re finding it too easy to overtake then you can turn off the DRS assist.
It really depends on your own driving skills and preferences.
In any case, we hope that you’ll find these F1 2020 difficulty settings helpful and that you’ll have a lot of fun racing!
See you on track!