WRC 6 releases today on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC platforms. This of course means that it has actually been a full 12 months since the release of Kylotonn's first foray in to the rally scene with WRC 5 (doesn't time fly?).
Check out the obligatory launch trailer below.
WRC 6 looks to improve over WRC 5 in just about every department, indeed feedback from WRC 5 has influenced many of the changes and updates seen in WRC 6.
You can expect improved visuals and sounds along with new physics, suspension, damage and tyre models. Special stages are now longer, narrower and more challenging compared to WRC 5 and cars sound more aggressive this time around too.
WRC 6 features 14 countries with the newest addition of China. Another new feature for this year's installment over the previous title are the super special stages which are complete one to one replicas of the real world counterparts.
We recently caught up with developer Kylotonn Games at their studio in Paris to get a preview of WRC 6, you can read our extensive written preview here and you can watch our video coverage of the visit in the video below.