Nacon has announced WRC 10, the newest official Word Rally Championship multi-platform title developed by Kylotonn.
WRC 10 will be the penultimate World Rally Championship title as Codemasters will take over the prestigious license starting with the 2023 WRC season.
As it’s standard, the licensed title will include all cars the current WRC season, including 52 cars from the WRC, WRC 2, WRC & WRC Junior classes.
The title will include all rallys of the current season as well, including a total of 120 stages, featuring the four new additions to this year’s WRC calendar (Estonia, Croatia, Spain & Belgium) as well.
As has become standard for contemporary rally titles, the game will also include a big helping of historic rally cars as players will be able to drive 20 iconic rally cars in the title’s History Mode.
WRC will be available for PC and both current-gen and next-gen console starting September 2, 2021. PC gamers will also be delighted to learn that WRC 10 makes a comeback to Steam after WRC 9 was bound to the Epic Store.