We take WRC 6 for a spin in our latest overview video where we take a look at the game's various tracks, cars and general content.
We check out multiple stages starting with a very wet and dreary looking Welsh rally stage followed by a bright and vibrant stage in Australia.
Much like in WRC 5, WRC 6's main focus is of course the career mode where you start off by naming your driver, choosing their nationality and then selecting from a choice of WRC Junior contracts with the goal of working up to the WRC 2 category and then on to the WRC proper.
You can make up your own championships with whichever stages and countries you wish in the custom championship mode and there's always the online multiplayer action as well as local split screen multiplayer to keep you occupied.
You can view our WRC 6 overview video below and stay tuned for our initial impressions of WRC 6 very soon.