This time, however, EA and Codemasters take over the official WRC licence from Kylotonn to create a substantial rally experience, featuring the full gamut of 2023’s WRC, WRC2 and Junior WRC categories across a packed 2023 calendar.
However, despite excellent gravel physics and a comprehensive career mode, EA SPORTS WRC has notable performance issues on PC, which come into stark relief when compared to the console version.
We’ve collated a video showing the difference between the PlayStation 5 and PC versions, showing back-to-back footage of the Oliver Solberg/Elliott Edmondson Skoda Fabia Rally2 Evo on Rally Oceania’s Mangapai stage.
What do you think about EA SPORTS WRC’s performance on PlayStation 5 and PC? Let us know in the comments below.