Many good things happen on a yearly basis, like birthdays and holidays. Such yearly occasions happen in the world of gaming as well. For example, fans of the World Rally Championship games can look forward to a new entry releasing like clockwork. It’s been nearly a year since the launch of WRC 10, and Kylotonn is gearing up to launch the next entry in their racing game series. NACON announced WRC Generations in a press release earlier today. The new WRC game is coming to Xbox One, Xbox Series, PS4, and PS5 on October 13th. Obviously, there’s a bit of a wait between now and then, so let’s take a look at today’s announcement to see what we can expect when WRC Generations launches.
According to today’s press release, WRC Generations will be an authentic experience.
“The result of 7 years of collaboration with legendary drivers, who have already made WRC 10 and WRC 9 the references of the genre, the latest entry in the series is an authentic and comprehensive rally racing simulation, giving players the chance to drive powerful cars in the most famous rallies of all time!”
Real World Rally Championship drivers and cars will certainly add to the experience, and NACON says the players have also had a hand in making this entry more enjoyable.
“Never before have games come this close to the real-life World Rally Championship! Hailed by both critics and professionals, this year’s WRC simulation has been reinforced with numerous improvements and optimisations requested by the community.”
WRC Generations Will Include New Content and Features from Earlier Games
In terms of actual content, WRC Generations has multiple game modes. Like previous WRC titles, there’s a Career Mode where players can build their own teams. Then there’s League Mode, which features leaderboards and challenges against others in the community. Whether you prefer playing alone or with others, it sounds like there will be plenty to do. The game features 37 cars in total, as well as a variety of old and new locations.
“On top of the 13 rallies of the 2022 season, the game includes 9 other locations for a total of 22 different countries and 165 Special Stages – a record for the genre! The brand-new Swedish route makes its appearance. It is the only completely snow-covered rally with physics even closer to the actual conditions.”
The newest WRC game races onto Xbox One, Xbox Series, PS4, and PS5 on October 13th. PC and Nintendo Switch releases are coming at a later date.