Sports Gamers Online got invited to check out some of the new features coming to EA Sports WRC. While we did look at some of the major features coming to the game, we want to highlight the vehicle classes and locations in which players will compete.
WRC will feature 18 global locations, each 35 km long. All tracks that don’t feature snow will be available to play in all four seasons. You can check out all 18 locations below:
- Monte Carlo
In addition to the announced countries, Codemasters will update WRC with more locations from Central Europe. This update will come post-launch and will be free to all players. What location are you excited to race in?
WRC will have 78 cars, including 10 WRC, WRC2 and JWRC vehicles. In addition, 68 historical cars will be in Codemasters’ newest racing game. These cars will include:
- World Rally Car (2017 – 2021)
- World Rally Car (1997 – 2011)
- R5 / Rally2
- R2 / Rally4
- F2 Kit Car
- Group A
- Super 1600
- Super 2000
- H1 FWD (1960s)
- H2 RWD (1970s)
- H2 FWD (1980s)
- H3 RWD (1970s/1980s)
- Group B RWD (1980s)
- Group B 4WD (2080s)
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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