, posted on 30 September 2022 / 1,180 Views
Publisher Nacon and developer Kylotonn announced the racing game, WRC Generations, has been delayed from October 13 to November 3. It will launch for the PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC via Steam on November 3. A Nintendo Switch version will launch at a later date.
View a new trailer of the game below:
Read details on the game below:
2022 will see the WRC transition to the hybrid era. This is a revolution for the rally world, significantly affecting performance, changing strategies and making drivers and teams adapt.
In terms of gameplay, new mechanics have been integrated to represent the demands of the hybrid engines. In order to win, you have to carefully manage your battery by adapting your engine mapping throughout the special stages you take part in.
As community satisfaction is always a priority, you can now share customized livery and stickers with other players. The best creations will be rewarded and highlighted.
For fans of competition, the new Leagues mode lets players challenge opponents with a similar level online. Finish ahead of your competitors to move up the ladder in the Legends category.
WRC Generations includes more content than ever before in a rally game.
- 750 km of unique special stages in 22 countries.
- 49 teams from the 2022 season (Rally1 / Rally2 / Junior WRC).
- 37 legendary cars plus additional bonuses.
- 165 timed special stages.
In order to make the representation of the championship even more realistic, a completely redesigned Rally Sweden environment has been added, with six brand-new special stages in the Umea region.
- The new hybrid vehicles.
- New, even more realistic vehicle physics.
- A LEAGUES mode in which you can challenge other players.
- A new Rally Sweden environment with six brand-new special stages.
- Share livery and stickers with the community.
- In-game team creation and management.
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