Pending the start of the new edition of the FIA World Rally Championship in 2022, Nacon and KT Racing have just announced WRC 10, the new installment of the driving saga for PC and consoles, which will come out next September 2 this year … along with an Xbox controller.
After the great success of WRC 9 (with 200,000 special stages), this new installment will relive the best races in the competition from 1973 to the present. Nacon also reveals that he will announce big surprises in the next few days, beyond this WRC 10.
WRC 10 will be a major improvement over its predecessor, with a new editor, more licensed cars and a technical section new generation in PS5 and Xbox Series X | S. But its strong point will be the tribute for the 50 years of competition, with an anniversary edition and unique features.
Nacon and KT Racing have included a Flashback Mode in WRC 10, which will allow us to relive 19 iconic races of competition throughout its history, with characteristics and limitations of each era. You will be able to drive through six historic rallies, with more than 20 iconic cars of WRC brands such as Audi, Alpine, Subaru, Ford, Toyota, Lancia and Mitsubishi.
For lovers of more realistic driving, WRC 10 includes a feeling more faithful to what is experienced in real races, with better braking settings, turbo, downforce and an incredible new audio design, plus technical improvements on next gen consoles.
- 6 historic rallies, including Acropolis, San Remo, Germany, Argentina …
- More than 20 legendary cars, including Alpine, Audi, Lancia, Subaru, Ford, Mitsubishi, Toyota …
- 4 new rallies: Estonia, Croatia, Belgium and Spain
- 52 official teams of the 2021 season (WRC, WRC2, WRC3, Junior WRC)
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Beyond other novelties such as Career Mode, Nacon has also announced the Nacon Pro Compact controller for Xbox Series X | S and Xbox One, which is officially licensed by Microsoft. We have shared an image of it, which It stands out for replacing the crosshead with a more classic model.
WRC 10 will come to Xbox Series X | S, PS5, PS4, Xbox One and PC on September 2. Also, Nacon confirms that the Nintendo Switch version will come out later.