Race game EA Sports WRC will feature 200 stages and more than 70 cars

Racers are going to love the huge amount of gameplay on offer in the upcoming EA Sport WRC game.

The rally title, the official game of the FIA World Rally Championship, is scheduled for release on November 3 on Xbox Series X and PS5 and packed with content.

A deep dive video released by the makers at Codemasters has lifted the lid on the speedy game and details a beautiful title packed with motors and more than 200 rally stages.

The immersive car game is being touted as a truly groundbreaking hit that delivers “unparalleled realism and authenticity” thanks to the huge amount of detail involved using the Unreal Engine.

WRC boasts over 600km of unique roads across 17 real-world WRC locations, meticulously reflecting the WRC calendar.

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The game also offers a comprehensive lineup of 78 vehicles, including both current and historical models, spanning 60 years of rally history.

Players can relive the sport’s evolution, from its humble two-wheel drive beginnings to the intense Group B era.

Motors include the Ford Fiesta Rally2, Toyota GR Yaris Rally1 Hybrid, Volkswagen Polo 2017 and Škoda Fabia RS Rally2.

A spokesman for EA Sports said: “EA Sports WRC has refined the acclaimed DiRT Rally handling, delivering an edge-of-your-seat experience for players.

“The Dynamic Handling System (DHS) provides an authentic driving feel across various terrains, testing the skills of rally purists and sim racers alike.

“With customisable assist settings and a choice between two pace note systems, players can fine-tune their experience and brave the elements.

“For the first time in Codemasters rally history, players will tackle rallies across Spring, Summer, Autumn, and Winter, each with its unique challenges.

“The technical advancements in EA Sports WRC are vast with industry-leading car audio, surface degradation, and highly detailed cars and liveries, players will feel closer to the sport they love than ever before.”

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