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WRC 8 brings the FIA’s finest competition to Xbox One, PS4 and PC

Think you need more rally in your life? Think you’ve got what it takes to master 100+ courses that bring some of the toughest terrains and hardest challenges a professional rally driver can face? Maybe you think you could pip the rest to take the official WRC Championship title from some of the greatest racers in the world? WRC 8 is the challenge for you!

With 50 teams, 14 unique rallies and more than 100 special stages taken straight from the official 2019 season, WRC 8 looks set to bring players the most varied choice seen in a rally title to date. With multiplayer, weekly challenges and eSports to get stuck in with, and of course an in-depth career mode to sink the hours away as you try to ascend through the ranks of Junior WRC, WRC 2 and WRC, there’s no shortage of fun to be had as you take some of the finest cars around the most challenging courses in search of the title.

WRC 8 brings with it an entirely new, dynamic weather system with rain, snow, hailstorms and more all having an immediate and bigger impact on race day. Not to mention a fully functional day and night cycle to get to grips with too. In fact, WRC 8 looks to bring the biggest change to the series yet as we push deep into the simulation side of the finest off-road competition in the world.

If you’re interested in taking on the challenge of the WRC then you can do so now on Xbox One, PS4 and PC for the price of £59.99 with the WRC 8 Deluxe Edition. This version does also bring with it the WRC 8 – RWD Legends pack that includes the iconic Ford Escort MKII, the Lancia Delta HF Integrale Evoluzione and the Alpine A110.

If you’re holding out for the standard edition for £49.99, then you can expect to be getting on the track come September 5th 2019. Whatever you decide, our full review will be live soon to let you know how the game plays out.

Will you be getting involved in the latest from the official FIA WRC outing? Let us know in the comments below or via our usual social channels. And if you wish to know how the WRC series has fared in years gone by, hit up our review of WRC 7 from last time out.

Game Description:

The most complete and authentic official WRC simulation yet. New physics for all surfaces, a completely redesigned career mode, dynamic weather conditions, 50 teams, 14 countries, 100 tracks, weekly challenges and an eSports mode…

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