Kylotonn announced the release of a rally simulator WRC 8 for September and laid out the first trailer of the gameJanuary 28, 2019
The developers have announced the release of the WRC 8 racing simulator, which is the officially licensed game of the World Rally Championship rally championship. The release of the game will be held in September this year on the platforms PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and Windows PC, and while the creators have published the first screenshots and trailer.
Recall that the previous part of the WRC 7 franchise from the publisher of Bigben Interactive and the game studio Kylotonn was released two years ago, in September 2017. Having missed the year, in WRC 8, the developers promise to significantly improve physics, graphics, make the tracks more interesting and challenging, and also significantly rework the gameplay. The game will also add dynamically changing weather conditions, so that before each stage, the player will have to devote time to fine-tune his race car for a specific weather.
The game will contain 100 different stages in 14 countries of the world, while this list will include not only the real tracks of the FIA World Rally Championship, but also simpler tracks from the junior series of the WRC 2 and Junior WRC. The player promises to provide a set of 50 teams and a solid number of current rally cars, as well as bonuses in the form of legendary “historical” models that have entered their name in the list of rally motor sports.
Recall that Kylotonn Game Studio has been working on a series of racing simulators for the WRC: World Rally Championship since 2015, when the first game of its authorship, WRC 5, was released. publisher’s products, getting a 70% rating on Metacritic. The main competitor of the series is the Codemasters Dirt series (by the way, fresh Dirt Rally 2.0 comes out at the end of February).
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