Milestone have started to pump out numerous gameplay samples of WRC3 in the run-up to its October release, but none have shown how far the game has come compared to its predecessor so profoundly as this latest stage in Argentina.
The gameplay video puts us in the front seat of a Volkswagen Polo R navigating the Philips Rally of Argentina, a challenging course that's notorious for its treacherous turns, high-octane jumps and the high altitude El Condor stage that has been faithfully replicated in-game.
We're loving the tight twisty turns, rapid terrain changes and stunning scenic scenery on display here. Coupled with its improved graphics and vehicle handling, the narrow circuit is a vast improvement over the track design seen in WRC 2, which should make for a thoroughly technical, fun and challenging drive.
Oh, and full credit goes to us for pioneering the established 'triple view' technique…