WRC 7 FIA World Rally Championship, or WRC 7 for short is Kylotonn’s third title they’ve developed in the series. While this game is a very solid entry, it is starting to show its age in presentation and graphical quality. The gameplay remains unchanged from last year, as it offers incredible tension and sense of speed. There’s a lot to do and see in the game, but will feel awfully familiar for series veterans and players of last year’s game.
WRC 6 is the continuation of the FIA World Rally Championship series that has appeared on PC and consoles over the past few years, and is Kylotonn’s second outing with the license. WRC 5 was a refreshing change of pace, but felt like the team was learning and having to pick up the pieces from the previous developer. WRC 6 is not a bad game, but does pale in comparison to Codemaster’s DiRT Rally. WRC 6 is however, an authentic WRC game that provides a solid experience rising in the rally racing world.
Bigben today announced its partnership with Thrustmaster, designer and manufacturer of hardware and gaming accessories, for the development of WRC 6, set to be released this October for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC/Steam.