WRC 10 gets free October update
Three new historic events and new rally added
NACON and KT Racing are have announced the launch of a free update to WRC 10.
The October free update adds the Renties Ypres Rally Belgium, won this year by local driver Thierry Neuville. Added to the calendar in early 2021, players will have the opportunity to experience these new asphalt country roads. Narrow and winding, they are lined with ditches and posts and punctuated by numerous junctions. In WRC 10, the Ypres rally consists of 7 stages plus a shakedown.
The update also adds three new historic events: the 1980 Rally Portugal with Walter Röhrl and Christian Geistdörfer in their Fiat 131 Abarth, the 1981 Rally Finland with Ari Vatanen and David Richards in their Ford Escort MkII 1800 and finally, the 2017 Rally Portugal with Sébastien Ogier and Julien Ingrassia in their Ford Fiesta WRC.
Lastly, the Co-driver mode is improved with the arrival of a complete lexicon that makes the experience more accessible to players and promotes even more immersion. Noted using a QTE system, the co-driver fully participates in the victory by announcing the pace notes correctly but also by staying in the rhythm.
WRC 10 is available now on PC, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PS4, and PS5. A Switch version is also planned.