The development process for Kylotonn’s latest iteration of their officially licensed rally game, WRC 8, is being refined thanks to the feedback from the community and the very best WRC Esports drivers.
Kylotonn is gathering feedback via “community days” which give fans of the game a chance to voice their opinions on what they like but also what areas they feel need improving to aid the course of development.
Two days of feedback from selected community and Esports drivers went into perfecting the physics, further supplementing the feedback already collected from professional rally drivers.
“First impressions are actually really good. I can see there’s definitely been a step up from WRC 7 and Kylotonn have made a step forward in what they’ve produced,” said Jonathan ‘Jonno’ Holmes, 2017 and 2018 Esports WRC finalist.
Bigben Games has released a new video from the WRC 8 community day last March, which showcases an ADAC Rallye Deutschland stage driven by the WRC Esports leader WED Subee203, check it out below.