We’ve been hands-on with the latest official game of the FIA World Rally Championship – WRC 10.
Ahead of its release in September, we tested out three of the all-new stages in the game, Estonia, Croatia and Spain, with the top-spec WRC cars resplendent in their 2021 liveries.
There are many changes to this year’s game, including the 2021 drivers and teams, a new WRC 50th Anniversary mode, career mode updates and several news rallies to play through.
In the preview build demo, which you’ll be able to play from tomorrow if you own a PC as part of the Steam Next Fest – we were impressed by the improved stage-side detail, new particle effects and experimented with the revised vehicle physics.
Get the follow low down on WRC 10, include what new 2021 rallies are included at launch, and which will be following post-launch for free, by watching our extensive hands-on preview. Let us know in the comments below if you’re looking forward to a new WRC game.