Brace for handheld rally action as WRC Generations releases today on Switch

Ross McGregor
KT Racing’s WRC Generations is out now for the Nintendo Switch, bringing an end to the French studio’s line of WRC-licenced games.
WRC Generations, Ford Puma Rally1 Key Art

KT Racing’s FIA World Rally Championship-licenced WRC Generations game hit PC, PlayStation and Xbox last month, impressing us with its expansive game modes and varied car collection.

But today (1st December 2022), it’s the Nintendo Switch’s turn to receive some gravel-clearing action as the game hits the popular hybrid console.

As we reported back in August, the Switch version had to be released before the end of 2022 as part of KT Racing’s WRC licence agreement, making it the final WRC game from the French development studio.

WRC Generations Entry List unveiled
WRC Generations features classic rally content

The quick turnaround is impressive considering the WRC10 Switch port arrived a full six months after its release on PC and Sony and Microsoft’s consoles.

The Switch release will feature League mode, a matchmaking style multiplayer system enabling players to compete against similarly skilled opponents in daily and weekly challenges with a livery catalogue allowing players to download and share their stickers and paint schemes.

The Switch version of WRC Generations will not enjoy the cross-platform functionalities of the PlayStation, Xbox and PC versions, however, so players will feature on Switch-only leaderboards in-game.

WRC Generations releases on Switch 1st December

We’re looking forward to seeing if WRC Generations on Switch can build on its predecessor’s success and perhaps improve upon its visual Achilles heel.

WRC Generations is out now on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S and PC.

Although available in physical form on Switch today, the game will be added to the Nintendo eShop and digital stores later this month.

Are you looking forward to rallying on the go? Let us know in the comments below.

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