EA Sports WRC Launch Trailer Released

Get ready to get behind the wheel with the launch trailer for Codemasters’ EA Sports WRC.

Holding the official license of the World Rally Championship, EA Sports WRC will feature 10 Groups Rally cars. This is on top of the total 78 rally cards of the title, which include the Citroën Xsara WRC, Mini John Cooper Works WRC, Ford Fiesta Rally4, and Colin McRae R4. If that’s not enough, players can also create and customize their own rally cars in EA Sports WRC’s Car Builder.

Location-wise, players will be able to tackle over 600 kilometers of unique roads across asphalt, gravel and snow. More than 200 stages are included in all, with Rallye Monte Carlo, Sweden, Mexico, Croatia, Portgual, Sardegna, and Kenya making the list.

Learn more with the launch trailer for the game below:

EA SPORTS WRC – Official Launch Trailer

Note that the title will come out for the PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC via Steam, EA App, and Epic Games Store on November 3. For those unsure as to which version to pick up, the title supports up to 32 players in its cross-platform multiplayer.

Pre-orders include three day early access, 5x VIP rally season passes, and the Puma Rally 1, Toyota, and Hyundai Team Livery and Apparel Pack.

Source: YouTube
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