WRC 10 is the latest edition of the officially licensed rally game, due for release in September of this year. As it so happens, 2021 is the 50th anniversary of WRC, and developer KT Racing is taking the opportunity to look back at some of the motorsport's iconic moments.
In addition to including all the latest official cars, drivers, and courses, an "Anniversary edition" will contain some nostalgic drives from WRC's five decades. So far, we know that some of Sébastien Loeb's famous victories will feature, but presumably there will be lots of memorable events for rally fans to enjoy. We're not sure exactly whether the Anniversary edition wording means you'll have to pay extra for this content — it's a little vague. We'll update you once this is clear, but it sounds like a cool addition to the franchise either way.
WRC 10 speeds onto PlayStation 5 and PS4 on 2nd September 2021. Are you looking forward to it? Drift into the comments section below.
Looks great, especially with more legacy cars set to make an appearance. My only concern is the engine sounds as KT can seem to get them right. The rest (including physics and career mode) have been good/great ever since WRC 8.
WRC 9 was probably one of the best experiences I had with the Dualsense support and features so far, also it's a fantastic fantastic rally SIM.
I'm wondering how they will improve on WRC 10!!
Really want to give WRC 9 a go but I suck at driving sims. How adjustable is the difficulty?
@Fatewalker hoping it comes to PS PLUS.
@MickOnYourFace the game is very difficult and also very punishing. But once you get the hangs of it, gets better and satisfying. There is a slider where you can set the difficulty from 50 to 150%. In career mode once you select it at the beginning of the season, you can't change it until the end. I played on 100% and it was already very challenging specially in some countries.
@Luigia the first leak for the July PS+ line up, it was supposed to be WRC 9 included there, PS4 version though. Let's see in the future, if not the case, this game seems to be on discount quite often. It also got a quite generous price drop in short period after the release!..
It’s £5.99 on XBOX and wish it was the same on PSN. Dam Sony and their monopoly
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