It's a game that's been bubbling away pretty quietly, but developer KT Racing has been updating WRC 10 with additional content and fixes since launch in September. Monthly updates have added rally courses, vehicles, and more to the experience, meaning it's now a more fleshed out game. October's update brought in the Renties Ypres Rally Belgium, among other things, and the November patch adds another rally to the calendar.
After installing the latest update, which hits the game on PlayStation 5 and PS4 today, the 2021 Acropolis Rally will be available to play across various modes, including Career. There are now nine stages from this particular rally throughout the title, including any historical events.
Speaking of which, this update adds another five classic rally races and one extra historical car. Richard Burns' Subaru Impreza WRC has been introduced, alongside the Kenya rally he won in 2000.
The update also makes improvements to the game's Clubs mode. You'll now be able to choose Realistic difficulty, meaning any damage will carry over between stages, you can impose mandatory service stops, and all stages are played one after another, with no second chances. Sounds pretty intense.
You can check out the full list of patch notes through here. Are you still enjoying WRC 10? Kick up some dust in the comments section below.