Fans of rally and the WRC get a Thanksgiving gift in WRC 10 full of historic content.
WRC 10, the FIA World Rally Championship rally simulator from Nacon and KT Racing, has received a second free upgrade that includes additional historical vehicles and rallies.
One of the legendary rally courses has returned
That’s correct! There’s a lot of new historical content in WRC 10, but the most eye-catching addition is the classic Acropolis Rally, which has come in this latest release. The Greek Rally is recognized for being exceptionally difficult for drivers, with twisting and dusty mountain roads, often on cliff cliffs.
This comeback is owing to the fact that it has triumphantly returned to the WRC calendar after a 7-year hiatus, with Kalle Rovanperä securing his second victory of the season. Although the Acropolis Rally has been available in the game since the event’s inception, this new version includes the three unique stages that were present this year, which have been added to both the singleplayer mode and the career mode.
Experience 5 new historic rally events
In addition, five new anniversary events will be introduced to the game! Famous driver and co-driver pairings will race in their era’s vehicles, allowing Rally fans to experience these famous moments in racing history.
The following are the five upcoming anniversary events:
- Rally Argentina in 1994 with Didier Auriol and Bernard Occelli in their Toyota Celica Turbo 4WD.
- Rally Argentina in 2004 with Carlos Sainz and Marc Martí in their Citroen Xsara WRC.
- Rally Germany in 2002 with Sébastien Loeb and Daniel Elena in their Citroën Xsara WRC.
- The Safari Rally in Kenya in 2000 with Richard Burns and Robert Reid in their Subaru Impreza S5 WRC ’99.
- Rally Mexico in 2016 with Jari-Matti Latvala and Miikka Anttila in their Volkswagen Polo R WRC.
Club mode becomes more realistic (but much more complicated)
The Club mode has been changed in addition to all of the historical information that has been introduced with this new release. This game mode allows users to build their own online tournaments and championships, and a realistic option has been added to offer an additional degree of challenge.
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This option allows you to carry over the vehicle’s damage to the next level, as well as establish one or more service parks. Finally, the stages are played in one shot and cannot be replayed. Despite the fact that the game closely mimics the real-world mechanics of a car, making the Club mode a very difficult mode to play, this minor change to the Club mode will provide players looking for a challenge with the ultimate form of play.
If you want to try all this new content that has arrived for free in WRC 10, the game is available on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox X Series X|S, and PC. In addition, a Nintendo Switch version of the game will be coming soon.