Codemasters and EA Sports continue their lust to develop fun, competitive racing games. Earlier this month, the F1 publisher announced a new racing game called WRC, a spiritual successor to Codemasters DiRT series. Sports Gamers Online was invited to a private event to check out WRC‘s gameplay and details on Career Mode.
WRC Career Mode
Codemasters believes that WRC’s Career Mode is their most fully formed take on the WRC competition. Players can enter their career at any level and compete for the top prizes in Dirt Rally.
Players will start by creating a team and selecting staff members to help propel them to success. As I stated, players can begin at any of the official FIA World Rally Championship competitions. This mean players can start in JWRC and work their way up or jump right into the top division.
Career Mode Key Features
- Empowering the player to create their own team to compete at any level of the WRC, Career offers deep multi-season progression and the opportunity to manage a team of engineers and make key decisions in the quest for glory.
- Choose your entry point into your career. Either work your way up from Junior WRC or jump straight into the top tier of competition.
- Create your driver and build your Team’s identity.
- Work with your Benefactor to keep them happy and budgets healthy.
WRC will be the official game of the FIA World Rally Championship, and it’s coming on November 3rd. The game will be available on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC via the EA App, Epic Store, and Steam.
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