EA SPORTS WRC – new details about the rally simulator from Codemasters
EA SPORTS and Codemasters have released a new big trailer highlighting the features of the recently announced EA SPORTS WRC. The trailer highlights the realism and authenticity of the game, the involvement of real rally drivers in the development, and the careful depiction of cars from different eras and rally tracks.
EA SPORTS WRC will feature more than 200 rally stages in 18 real-world locations where the World Rally Championship has been or is currently being held. 17 locations will be available at the start of the game, and the last one, Central European Rally (Germany, Austria, Czech Republic), which will debut only this year, will be added later. In fact, the new WRC from Codemasters will have more than 600 km of rally tracks, and some of the sections are more than 30 km long.
The game will feature more than 70 rally cars from different eras. All the cars from the 2023 season of WRC, WRC 2 and Junior WRC, as well as cars from different eras, starting from the 1970s and including the brutal Group B cars. The full list of cars can be found here.
A new feature of the 2022-23 WRC season – a hybrid electric system – will be implemented in the game from Codemasters. In addition, the developers have paid attention to improving car handling, their behavior on different surfaces, aerodynamics, control schemes and assistance, etc.
In the next video, the developers promise to talk about the game modes and career in EA SPORTS WRC.
As a reminder, EA SPORTS WRC is coming out on November 3, 2023 on Windows PC (EA app, Steam, EGS), PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S. Pre-order is already open, the standard version costs UAH 1,299 on Steam.