There are no shortage of racing games on the PlayStation 4, but there are perhaps a lack of spectacular ones. WRC 5 didn't quite hit the dizzying heights of, say, DriveClub, but developer Kylotonn Games – in collaboration with Bigben Interactive – came up with a compelling simcade handling model that deserves revisiting.
And that's exactly what it intends to do this October, with a sequel promising enhanced audiovisual presentation, and plenty of under-the-hood tweaks, too. As a licensed title, you can expect all 14 rounds from the real-world 2016 WRC championship to be meticulously recreated. Perhaps the only problem, then, is that this must exist in a post-DiRT Rally world.