PC players can now play the very latest officially licensed rally title, WRC 7, a full week ahead of console owners.
The rally racer, available now on Steam for £34.99, enables players to take on 13 different countries across 52 special stages. This year marks the arrival of the more powerful WRC cars which are sure to challenge even the most experienced of players, as a bonus developer Kylotonn have also granted players the chance to drive last year's cars too.
New for this year's WRC title are the 13 “epic stages”, these super long stages will take more than 15 minutes to complete and require a high level of concentration and focus should you wish to be succuesful. Elsewhere, existing stages have been overhauled so expect more challenge, along with visually superior environments.
Perhaps the biggest change compared to last year's offering are the car physics which now very much lay within the simulation end of the spectrum. Stages are noticeably bumpier, narrower and longer making for a very satisfying and challenging racer which should appease the sim racer in you.
We get to grips with several different stages using different cars (including a Porsche) and give our general first impressions which you can view below with more coverage to come shortly.