EA Sports WRC Gameplay Released

Get your first look at the gameplay of Codemasters’ EA Sports WRC with the latest video for the rally racer.

Driver and game designer Jon Armstrong takes the wheel in the latest footage of EA Sports WRC. Areas showcased include the following:

• Rally Estonia Route #9 | Vahessaare | Distance: 6.2km
• Rally Japan Route #01 | Lake Mikawa | Distance: 19.9km
• Rally Sweden Route #04 | Lauksjoen | Distance: 11km

Cars featured in the latest gameplay footage include the Hyundai i20 N Rally1 HYBRID, Škoda Fabia RS Rally2, and Ford Fiesta Rally3.

See it for yourself below:

EA SPORTS WRC • First Look at Gameplay

EA Sports WRC will feature more than 200 rally stages with greater realism, fidelity, and detail than ever before. This is on top of 78 real-world rally cars and a Dynamic Handling System, which is Codemasters’ most authentic and dynamic handling model to date.

Other features include the chance for players to design and drive their dream rally car in Builder mode, the chance to race and overcome recent events alongside highlights and throwbacks in Moments mode, and the chance to battle dirt, snow, and asphalt in the search for the perfect run.

The game will come out for the PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC via Steam, EA App, and Epic Games Store on November 3. Those that pre-order the game can get themselves three day early access, 5x VIP rally season passes, and the Puma Rally 1, Toyota, and Hyundai Team Livery and Apparel Pack.

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