Following its launch in August and a hefty patch in September, the first batch of free post-release content is coming soon for WRC 10 in the form of Ypres Rally Belgium.
Run as a round of the World Rally Championship for the very first time this year, the Belgian round of the championship features an asphalt surface and deadly ditches that line the side of the largely flat route. This 2021 event was won by the Belgian crew Thierry Neuville and Martijn Wydaeghe in their Hyundai.
The new location and stages will be part of a patch arriving for WRC 10 across PC, PlayStation and Xbox on 21st October, which is just a few days’ time.
All we have seen so far is one screenshot of Neuville-Wydaeghe skidding around a corner, but we hope to have more information and hands-on impressions very soon. Revised online features, new cars, Anniversary events and expanded Greek stages are also due to arrive later as part of an extensive development roadmap.
We’ll have more information when we get it, but for now, check out our WRC 10 tips and tricks and let us know in the comments below if you’re excited about the new additions.