Summary: EA Sports WRC, developed by Codemasters, is set to launch worldwide on November 3, featuring 25 years of rally-game heritage, 17 locations with over 200 stages, 68 historically accurate vehicles, dynamic handling system, Builder mode, Moments mode, Career and Championship modes, Time Trial, Cross-platform Multiplayer, livery editor, Clubs, Rally Pass, Virtual Reality support, and ultrawide support.EA Sports WRC, developed by Codemasters, is set to launch worldwide on November 3, featuring 25 years of rally-game heritage, 17 locations with over 200 stages, 68 historically accurate vehicles, dynamic handling system, and a variety of game modes and customization options.
- Authenticity at the core of the game
- 17 locations with over 200 stages at launch
- Dynamic handling system tailored to skill level
Get ready, rally game enthusiasts, because the highly anticipated EA Sports WRC is just around the corner. Developed by Codemasters, this game is set to be their biggest rally game to date. Scheduled for release on November 3, let’s dive into all the details you need to know before the big day.
First things first, mark your calendars for November 3 at 04:00am UTC, as that’s when EA Sports WRC will be launching worldwide across all platforms. But if you can’t wait that long, you can get a head start by pre-ordering the digital version, which grants you up to 3 days early access starting on October 31 at 07:00 UTC across all platforms and EA Play Pro.
Now that you know when you can get your hands on the game, let’s talk about what you can expect to experience:
Authenticity is at the core of EA Sports WRC. Drawing on 25 years of rally-game heritage, this game brings you the WRC, WRC2, and Junior WRC cars, along with drivers, teams, and liveries from the 2023 season. Codemasters has truly gone all out to deliver their most immersive rally game yet.
Prepare to traverse the globe as you take on 17 locations with over 200 stages at launch. From iconic Monte Carlo and Portugal to exotic Kenya and Japan, each location offers its own unique challenges. And if that’s not enough, Codemasters has promised a free post-launch update featuring the Central European Rally.
Car enthusiasts will be delighted to find a collection of 68 historically accurate vehicles awaiting them in EA Sports WRC. These vehicles have been faithfully recreated to bring the rich history of rallying right to your fingertips. Whether you’re a fan of classic models or modern powerhouses, there’s something for everyone.
Codemasters’ dynamic handling system has been further refined for WRC, allowing players to tailor it to their skill level. With a variety of surfaces to conquer, from asphalt to gravel and everything in between, the handling system will put your driving expertise to the ultimate test.
But the excitement doesn’t stop there. EA Sports WRC introduces a new mode called Builder, where you can design and drive your dream rally car. This innovative feature adds a whole new layer of customization and personalization to the game.
If you’re looking for a unique challenge, Moments mode is where you’ll find it. This mode allows you to tackle recent events alongside real-world scenarios and nostalgic throwbacks, giving you the chance to rewrite history from behind the wheel.
In terms of game modes, EA Sports WRC has it all. From the traditional Career and Championship modes to Time Trial and Cross-platform Multiplayer, there’s no shortage of ways to test your skills. And for those who love to show off their creativity, the game offers a detailed livery editor for you to create stunning designs.
One standout feature of EA Sports WRC is the introduction of Clubs. These asynchronous, cross-platform multiplayer events powered by EA Racenet allow players to compete against each other without the need for synchronized gameplay. Jump in whenever you please and see how you stack up against other players on the Club’s leaderboard.
But the fun doesn’t end with the initial release. EA Sports will be continuously adding new features and content to the game through their Rally Pass, which will be available post-launch. This ensures that players will have plenty of fresh challenges and experiences to look forward to.
For PC players, there’s even more good news. Virtual Reality support will be added post-launch, allowing you to truly immerse yourself in the driver’s seat. And if you’re playing on multiple screens, ultrawide support will be available at launch, with further improvements on the horizon.
So mark your calendars and get ready to embark on the ultimate rally adventure. EA Sports WRC is set to redefine the rally gaming experience, combining authenticity, thrilling gameplay, and a wealth of content that will keep you coming back for more.
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