A free update just dropped for WRC 10. The update brings some new content and a brand new mode to the official FIA World Rally Championship game. It is live as of Thursday across all platforms (PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, and PC). Check out the trailer teasing the new patch below.
WRC 10 October Update Trailer
The free update adds the highly anticipated Renties Ypres Rally Belgium, won this year by Thierry Neuville. This addition allows players the opportunity to experience the new asphalt country roads. Narrow and winding, the map is lined with ditches and posts with numerous junctions. Dust and mud make for slippery conditions. In WRC 10, the Ypres rally consists of seven stages plus a shakedown.
WRC 10 New Historical Events
On top of the new asphalt challenge, WRC 10 is also adding three new historical events. The events feature famous driver and co-driver duos in their original cars including:
- 1980 Rally Portugal – Walter Röhrl and Christian Geistdörfer in their Fiat 131 Abarth
- 1981 Rally Finland – Ari Vatanen and David Richards in their Ford Escort MkII 1800
- 2017 Rally Portugal – Sébastien Ogier and Julien Ingrassia in their Ford Fiesta WRC
These historical events add to the six that are already present in the base game which include Acropolis, San Remo, Germany and Argentina.
Lastly, the October update brings improvements to co-driver mode in order to make the experience “more accessible to players” and promote “even more immersion.”
Another free WRC 10 update is set to arrive next month. According to Nacon and KT Racing, the November update will bring “lots of new content.”
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