WRC 10 has finally been revealed, and today we see the first teaser trailer of yet another significant annual upgrade in the franchise. Following the two year break from 2017 to 2019 WRC 8 took significant steps forward in handling, stage design and overall game structure. WRC 9 continued this trend but was a far more significant step then initially expected with heavily revised and improved handling along with the addition of new locations and a raft of improvements and additions. Now WRC will take the next step with a potentially huge package which will enable players to experience some of the most intense moments of the World Rally Championship over it’s 50 year history. Not much info so far, but we’ve added the officially released details below.
50 years of rallying
To celebrate 50 years of the competition, WRC 10 offers a unique anniversary edition, bursting with new features and driving thrills. A retrospective mode offers players the chance to relive 19 events that have shaped the history of the Championship. These challenging special stages put drivers’ skills to the test by imposing conditions specific to each era. Drive six historic rallies, including the legendary Acropolis Rally (Greece) and Rallye Sanremo (Italy), with over 20 of the WRC’s most iconic cars: Alpine, Audi, Lancia, Subaru, Ford, Mitsubishi, Toyota… With more content than ever, fans will love WRC 10 and its homage to 50 years of rallying.
Even more immersive
The physics, which have already been praised by critics and drivers in WRC 9, have been further improved to offer players an even more realistic experience. Control of aerodynamic forces, the turbo and braking have received particular attention on all surfaces, so that WRC 10 recreates ever more accurate and intense driving sensations. Immersion has also been increased with a completely reworked audio design for this new edition. Experience rallying as if you are there!
Create your own team
The hugely popular Career mode has also been improved with a new livery editor and the chance to create your own team. You can now apply your own colours to championship cars to complement the 52 official teams of the 2021 season. Take up the challenge with your own custom team!
So, lots to look forward to, rounding up the key details:
6 historic rallies, including Acropolis, San Remo, Germany, Argentina…
Over 20 legendary cars, including Alpine, Audi, Lancia, Subaru, Ford, Mitsubishi, Toyota…
4 brand-new rallies: Estonia, Croatia, Belgium and Spain
52 official teams of the 2021 season (WRC, WRC2, WRC3, Junior WRC)