WRC 10 is a phenomenal rallying title, with many labeling it the definitive rally sim at the moment.
It launched with a plethora of content and cars, offering players many different ways to play. Now, we've got a look at an awesome new free update.
So, let's take a look at what this update contains, and when we can expect to play it!
This free update will bring a host of new content to the game for all players to enjoy.
Firstly, we've got the highly anticipated Renties Ypres Rally Belgium, which was this year won by local driver Thierry Neuville. The rally was only added in early 2021, so it's awesome to see it in the game so quickly.
In-game, the rally will consist of 7 stages and a shakedown, so you'll have plenty of time to master the oft-slippery asphalt road surface.
You can also expect a large variety of historical content to make its way into the game, all of which we're sure fans will love.
These historic rallies are:
- 1980 Rally Portugal with Walter Rohl and Christian Geistdorfer in the Fiat 131 Abarth.
- 1981 Rally Finland with Ari Vatanen and David Richards in the Ford Escort MkII 1800.
- 2017 Rally Portugal with Sebastien Ogier and Julien Ingrassia in the Ford Fiesta WRC.
So, there will be plenty for fans to sink their teeth into thanks to this update.
Finally, this free update will bring some exciting changes to the Co-driver mode. This time, it'll be ways in which you can communicate.
This appears in the arrival of a complete lexicon in the mode using a QTE system.
The co-driver will now join in on any victory you achieve, they will announce the pace notes correctly and stay in rhythm. This should all help add to the immersion!
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